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The Movement Podcast
32 minutes | 5 days ago
117 Effective Leaders Empower Those Around Them with Guillermo Díaz-Fañas
As founder of the Queer Advocacy and Knowledge Exchange, Guillermo Díaz-Fañas is working to ensure that the important work of designing infrastructure is done in a way that doesn’t just respond to issues like climate resilience, but to the humans who will you use it.
36 minutes | 13 days ago
116 A Lot of Change is Incremental with Chrissy Mancini Nichols
Implementing regional policy changes doesn’t happen overnight. Chrissy Mancini Nichols shares the little steps she took over a number of years to make major changes to how Chicago funds transportation.
41 minutes | 19 days ago
115 How Can We Do it Better with Jameson Auten
Jameson Auten, Deputy CEO and Chief Operating Officer of the Kansas City Area Transportation Authority, understands that innovation is a trial and error process, and that things will get messier before they get better, but keeping your eye on the outcome, not the process, is the key to success.
47 minutes | 25 days ago
114 Safety is Necessary, But Not Sufficient with Shabazz Stuart
Oonee’s Shabazz Stuart celebrates how cities are prioritizing safe, protected bike lanes in their communities, but, as he’s found out several times, if bike infrastructure stops at the street, bike riders may not have a bike when they return from work, school, or an errand.
34 minutes | a month ago
113 Every Local Community is Unique with Brad Rawson
Director of Transportation for the city of Somerville, Massachusetts Brad Rawson shares what makes Somerville so unique and how they are centering equity in their work by using science and data to remedy systemic injustices in transportation.
31 minutes | a month ago
112 Our Love of Infrastructure is a Hope with Jeff Wood
Across hundreds of guests and topics, Jeff Wood of The Overhead Wire and the Talking Headways Podcast has learned some fundamental lessons about infrastructure, access, and the nuance necessary to have a productive conversation about a complex topic like transportation.
22 minutes | 2 months ago
111 Democracy Runs on Coalitions with Denny Zane
Move LA founder Denny Zane was instrumental in getting transit funding measures passed in Los Angeles County. He shares the importance of seeing opportunities in otherwise disappointing turnouts to make improvements and try again.
42 minutes | 2 months ago
110 People Know They Matter with Leslie Richards
SEPTA’s Leslie Richards has led organizations at the local, regional, and state levels cognizant of two things: that more women should be involved in public service and that the best way to lead is by listening.
29 minutes | 2 months ago
109 Combining the Outcome With the Process with Julia and Lilly
Julia Thayne’s and Lilly Shoup’s careers have straddled the public and private sectors. Now, they are building Los Angeles’ Urban Movement Labs in the same way to solve transportation challenges for Angelenos.
31 minutes | 2 months ago
108 An Urgent Invitation to Join in the Commitment to Justice with Anita Cozart
As someone who has found her home in public service, Anita Cozart of the District of Columbia’s Office of Planning recognizes that while there is power in one voice, true change requires collective action and a heaping dose of courage.
23 minutes | 2 months ago
107 Keep Using Your Voice…
In a special two-year anniversary episode, L’erin and Josh get updates from former guests, highlight some episodes that resonate with them, and celebrate the power of using one’s voice to advocate for an equitable, accessible, and verdant mobility future.
35 minutes | 3 months ago
106 There’s No Shortcut for Understanding the Context of Your Community
For Remix’s Rachel Zack and TransForm’s Jamario Jackson, the combination of technology and advocacy to advance mobility justice is more than an academic exercise; it’s a tool to achieve more equitable outcomes, if we’re willing to do the work.
35 minutes | 3 months ago
105 There Needs to be Vision and Imagination with Sharon Feigon
To truly solve climate and poverty issues, the Shared Use Mobility Center’s Sharon Feigon believes it’s not enough to increase access to shared and low-impact mobility options like transit, bikes, and scooters. It will truly require changing how we do things in areas far beyond mobility.
30 minutes | 3 months ago
104 Welcome Secretary Mayor Pete!
L’erin and Josh discuss the week’s biggest news, including the Senate confirmation of Mayor Pete Buttigieg as the new Secretary of the US Department, parking minimums in Berkeley, and how we could drastically increase the usefulness of public transportation with a relatively small sum.
32 minutes | 3 months ago
103 We’ve Completely Screwed Up How We Price Modes of Transportation with David Zipper
David Zipper shares how perverse incentives and negative externalities are part of the reason US transportation policy prioritizes decisions that benefit individuals and not those that benefit communities like public transit, sidewalks, and bike lanes.
21 minutes | 4 months ago
102 It’s Important for All of Us to Have a Voice with David Kim
Lessons in civic engagement from his immigrant parents and early rides on Amtrak and BART in the 1970s shaped California State Transportation Agency Secretary David Kim’s commitment to both public service and equitable mobility which he’s using today to transform the lives of all Californians.
33 minutes | 4 months ago
101 No Amount of Good Intentions Can Make an Equitable Society with Sunday Parker
Transit advocate Sunday Parker uses storytelling and pictures to help others overcome the lack of empathy for the systemic and ongoing barriers that impact public transit riders with disabilities, even 30 years after the Americans with Disabilities Act.
15 minutes | 4 months ago
100 Mobility is Opportunity with Lt. Governor Garlin Gilchrist and Trevor Pawl
Michigan’s Lieutenant Governor Garlin Gilchrist and Chief Mobility Officer Trevor Pawl share how Michigan views the present and future of mobility, which combines the power of technology with ensuring those most impacted by change are involved in the process from the start.
27 minutes | 4 months ago
099 Seek More Common Ground with Barb Chamberlain
Barb Chamberlain, director of the Active Transportation Division at Washington State DOT, shares how her upbringing shaped her desire to advocate for those whose voices are often ignored and to search for commonalities in order to get things accomplished.
29 minutes | 5 months ago
098 Part of a System of Public Goods with Benita Hussain
Especially during COVID-19, Benita Hussain shares how getting 100% of US residents with park and greenspace access within a 10 minute walk of their homes is more important than ever and requires leaders to give decision making and design to the community itself.
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