Transportation Planning for Climate and Health

Transportation now generates more greenhouse gas emissions than any other sector in the United States. It is also a major source of air pollution in communities, particularly neighborhoods striving for environmental justice, where many low-income residents and people of color live. How can Massachusetts redesign its transportation system to become healthier for both residents and the planet?

GBH News transportation reporter Bob Seay and Andre Leroux, currently leading MassINC's Transformative Transit-Oriented Development program, host a panel discussion with Senator Joseph A. Boncore, Paulina Muratore, Clean Transportation organizer for the Union of Concerned Scientists, and others on the role of urban and transit planning in addressing climate change.

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  • March 26, 2021 at 9:30am – 11am