Through an interview with Jules Faña, Barr’s communications coordinator, Najah Casimir, our Mobility Program Officer, discusses what drives their work, lessons from past experiences that they’re applying to their current role, and their priorities at Barr.
As more fare-free and affordable transit initiatives are implemented across the state, voters support shifting the burden of transportation costs away from individuals to systems.
The impact of a walkable, pop-up space in one Massachusetts community.
Recent poll shows widespread support for renewable energy sources and opportunities for greater education.
We’ve been through a lot in the last 22 months. Are we less afraid of change?
A new guide provides recommendations for transportation practitioners who are looking to advance equity in their work.
To center racial equity in the climate movement, we need to change who we’re funding and how we operate.
A new report calls for investing in approaches that are people focused, intersectional, institutional, and rooted in anti-racist and anti-oppressive practice.
The COVID pandemic pushed Massachusetts cities and towns to rethink their public spaces. It also pushed us as funders to rethink how we do our work.
Explore resources from the Metropolitan Area Planning Council's first Heat Preparedness Week.