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Integrating Equity and Inclusion into Transportation Planning and Public Outreach and Engagement Processes at the State, Regional and Local Level - Shared screen with speaker view
Charles Brown, Equitable Cities
13:48
Good morning, everyone! Welcome. We will get started shortly. Please type your name and one word to describe how you’re feeling in the chat.
Ada, Central Virginia PDC/TPO
14:16
Ada Hunsberger-- Excited!
Kenneth Lantz
14:27
Ken Lantz-Ready
Rachel Ruhlen
14:36
Rachel Ruhlen, Roanoke Valley-Alleghany Regional Commission. Feeling awake.
Amanda Poncy, City of Charlottesville
14:37
Amanda Poncy, Ready!
Ron Svejkovsky (TCAMPO)
14:42
Ron Svejkovsky
Ron Svejkovsky (TCAMPO)
14:52
REady
Matt Martin
14:59
Matt Martin - doing well
Tim Pohlad-Thomas
15:10
Tim Pohlad-Thomas - Ready to learn
Jim Murray
15:10
Jim Murray-interested
KristenForti
15:11
Kristen Forti- ready as well!
Ann ann@cspdc.org
15:18
Ann Cundy ready to roll!
Andrew Austin
15:19
Andrew - like a camel on a Wednesday….
Lyn Erickson - NCRTPB
15:22
Lyn Erickson - interested
Sophia Cortazzo
15:46
Sophia Cortazzo - Excited!
Chet Parsons
16:21
Chet Parsons - hyped!
Jennifer Wynn
16:31
Jen Wynn - ready to go
Jakob zumFelde
16:43
Jakob zumFelde - interested!
Jennifer DeBruhl
16:58
Jen DeBruhl - ready!
P00070651
17:26
Hi moderator, could you please change my name from P00070651 to Mohammed Rasheduzzaman
Stacey Feindt
18:01
Stacey Feindt, Fredericksburg Area MPO. Feeling awake after a second round of coffee! :)
Joe Bonanno
18:32
👍
Andrew Austin - NCRTPB
19:11
As a Zoom PSA - anyone can rename themselves by clicking on the 3 dots in the upper right corner of your name card and select “Rename”
Charlene Howard, MWCOG/NCRTPB
21:58
Charlene Howard - feeling....hungry! (working on that)
Joe Bonanno
23:34
Joe Bonanno - Ready
Andrew Austin - NCRTPB
28:30
We’ll just have to lump DC in with Northern Virginia :-)
Brandi McCoy
29:13
In Maryland, but hometown is Newport News/Hampton Roads!
Lucinda Shannon
29:32
Yeah Central! Hoo hoo
Andrew Sinclair
29:51
Austin, TX
barbara nelson
29:56
austin
Joe Bonanno
30:00
Atlanta
Kelly Hitchcock
30:05
Atlanta
TJPDC CAMPO
30:39
Charleston
Tim Pohlad-Thomas (RIDE Solutions)
30:40
Charleston, SC
Kelly Hitchcock
30:41
Nashville
Joe Bonanno
30:44
Birmingham
Kenneth Lantz
30:46
Raleigh
Erin Yancey
30:54
knoxsviile
Amanda Poncy, City of Charlottesville
31:01
Chattanooga
Joe Bonanno
31:07
Lexington
Kenneth Lantz
31:11
Montgomery
Bryan H
31:13
Louisville
Joe Bonanno
31:16
Jackson
Joe Bonanno
31:41
Great, thanks!!
Martha Heeter
57:46
no question, but I really appreciated the language of the boat and the storm. that was important to hear.
Ann ann@cspdc.org
01:17:39
Feel free to enter your question in the chat if you prefer!
Amanda Poncy, City of Charlottesville
01:18:26
Andrew St. Clair
Leslie Tate
01:21:35
Based on your research and experiences, how does arrested mobility vary across rural and urban areas, if any?
Tim Pohlad-Thomas (RIDE Solutions)
01:22:13
Have a great experience let one person know, have a bad experience tell 10 people
Tim Pohlad-Thomas (RIDE Solutions)
01:24:21
Ferrum, VA
Rachel Ruhlen
01:24:27
Winchester, KS
Ron Svejkovsky (TCAMPO)
01:24:28
Sawyer MN
Tim Pohlad-Thomas (RIDE Solutions)
01:24:29
Yes!
Stacey Feindt
01:31:09
Crosswalks, green space, safe sidewalks
Rachel Ruhlen
01:31:11
Add people to it
Stacey Feindt
01:31:24
bus stops with shelters
Tim Pohlad-Thomas (RIDE Solutions)
01:31:25
Road Diet, Bike lanes, Sidewalk Improvements
barbara nelson
01:31:28
narrow the road, widen the sidewalks, provide transit shelters, plant trees,
Jennifer DeBruhl
01:31:28
Shelter, benches at bus stop
Kenneth Lantz
01:31:31
sidewalk repairs, landscaping pedestrian accomodations
Lucinda Shannon
01:31:36
Fix sideways, street crossings, vacant lot
barbara nelson
01:31:40
lighting
Melissa Fularon
01:31:40
bike lanes, sidewalk repairs
Leslie Tate
01:31:41
trees
Joe Bonanno
01:32:15
Streetscape beautification (planted medians), new sidewalks, and development that brings people to the public realm.
Rachel Ruhlen
01:33:30
I see that all the time in renderings: fit white young people only. It's like the software that generates these renderings doesn't have anyone else in its database.
Leonard Bonarek
01:36:40
race, gender
Lucinda Shannon
01:36:48
Sex orientation and geographic location
Lucinda Shannon
01:36:52
Age
Ann ann@cspdc.org
01:36:54
Age, parental status
Lucinda Shannon
01:36:58
Location
Melissa Fularon
01:37:04
physical abilities/qualities
Leonard Bonarek
01:37:13
location, work/military/union status
Stacey Feindt
01:37:31
most often: race and gender Least often: smoker non-smoker and work background
Caroline Stoerker
01:37:46
most often: age, gender, education, geographic location, religious beliefs
Rachel Ruhlen
01:38:30
Most often: Job level, thinking style, political affiliation, religious beliefLeast often: smoker, union, native bornLearn more about:How I perceive myself: Education, familyHow others perceive me: Education, age, communication style
Ada, Central Virginia PDC/TPO
01:38:49
most often: religious beliefs, age, gender// least often: parental status, smoker,military
Charlene Howard, MWCOG/NCRTPB
01:39:02
most often: religious beliefs, age, gender// least often: parental status, smoker,military
Tim Pohlad-Thomas (RIDE Solutions)
01:39:24
Most: Age, Physical Ability, Family/work life, Communications style
Charlene Howard, MWCOG/NCRTPB
01:39:42
that was not right.....most often: rrace, age, gender, orientation & location// least often: parental status, smoker,military. religious
Andrew Austin - NCRTPB
01:39:51
Most often: sexual orientation, age; least often: marital status, religious
Charles Brown, Equitable Cities
01:55:57
What challenges have you or your team faced in identifying and engaging key residents?
Charles Brown, Equitable Cities
02:07:02
What have you done to overcome these challenges?
barbara nelson
02:11:04
yes -- I forgot to mention that food always helps!
Charles Brown, Equitable Cities
02:25:29
Which justice lens have you not considered in past efforts: Distributive, Procedural, Interactional, Representation and Care?
Ann ann@cspdc.org
02:42:57
I couldn’t respond, but agree with Stacy & FAMPO.
Lucinda Shannon
03:00:03
Consider people who can not drive and have to walk.
Rachel Ruhlen
03:00:04
Identify desired outcomes and document results so you know what strategies work & what doesn't work
Erik Olsen - NRV MPO
03:00:08
Realize most of us are brain washed by our education and upbringing to not really see or understand racism
Lucinda Shannon
03:00:24
What about income in-equity?
Ron Svejkovsky (TCAMPO)
03:00:37
Be willing to look broader at issues
Ann ann@cspdc.org
03:00:37
I would like to re-examine the default of “we have such limited $$, let’s spend it where the most people can benefit.” This often feels like an easy way out of sending the investments to the lowest-income areas.
Charles Brown, Equitable Cities
03:00:43
https://voorheescenter.red.uic.edu/wp-content/uploads/sites/122/2017/10/Gentrification-and-Neighborhood-Change-Toolkit.pdf
Ada, Central Virginia PDC/TPO
03:00:59
Remember that we must consider other's lived experiences, and that while anecdotes aren't fact, they have a big impact on communities
Erik Olsen - NRV MPO
03:01:21
and remember the non- Facebook users
Brandi McCoy
03:01:23
Consider if the overuse of technology/innovation in outreach is actually leaving out groups of people intentionally or not
Bryan Hayes, TPB
03:01:29
The idea that people need to understand the MPO role in order to provide meaningful input.
Stacey Feindt
03:01:42
Having active and ongoing conversations with law enforcement, land use planners, and the like to ensure we aren't segregating the decision making process -- as we have learned problems are intertwined
Erik Olsen - NRV MPO
03:01:43
"MPO" means what?
Andrew Austin - NCRTPB
03:01:54
The need to learn more about how privilege shapes decision-making
Tim Pohlad-Thomas (RIDE Solutions)
03:01:57
Thank you so much for this great presentation. Are you able to share your contact info?
Ann ann@cspdc.org
03:02:20
Tim, yes, closing slide-
Tim Pohlad-Thomas (RIDE Solutions)
03:02:45
Thank you, Ann.
Chet Parsons - RRTPO
03:02:53
move past fulfilling federal requirements and use our platform to foster larger discussions about community-building
Stacey Feindt
03:02:54
MPO is metropolitan planning organization - a regional transportation planning body
Sophia Cortazzo
03:03:57
Acknowledging gaps in data, quality of data when creating maps/doing analyses. Missing data in an analysis can lead to overlooking people's needs especially in minority groups. And also recognizing intersectionality in these analyses - looking at only certain metrics can miss very important information regarding people's lived experiences
Charles Brown, Equitable Cities
03:05:02
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pu2sKNJMH-k
Bryan Hayes, TPB
03:05:17
Great video.
Lucinda Shannon
03:05:59
THanks
Charles Brown, Equitable Cities
03:08:44
https://www.segregatedbydesign.com/
Ann ann@cspdc.org
03:11:34
https://lp.constantcontactpages.com/sv/dJmghxd/VAMPO
Lucinda Shannon
03:11:41
Thanks! I love how organized you were.
Bryan Hayes, TPB
03:12:26
This was great. Thank you Charles for your time and expertise. Thanks to everyone for sharing their perspective.
Charles Brown, Equitable Cities
03:12:31
AICP CM Event #: 9219840 charlesbrown@equitablecities.com
Charles Brown, Equitable Cities
03:12:42
vampo@associationbuilders.com
Stacey Feindt
03:13:04
Best few hours I have spent this year! Thanks so much.
Andrew Austin - NCRTPB
03:13:06
Thank you very much, Charles. This has been great.
Zia Brucaya (she/her) | Greater Madison MPO
03:13:40
Thank you for this excellent presentation and conversation. So many wonderful ideas, perspectives and resources. Apologies for my video going out - our municipal bandwidth is too limited.
Charles Brown, Equitable Cities
03:13:53
Thank you all. Gotta run.
Tiffany Dubinsky
03:14:01
Thank you so much, Charles. It has been a real pleasure to hear you speak and the resources and information were wonderful.
Caroline Stoerker
03:14:02
Thank you so much for your time and insight, Charles!
Erik Olsen - NRV MPO
03:14:07
Great reminder about equity and the need for more focus on these issues.