Pandemic stay- at-home orders and social distancing prompted a rapid rethink of our urban streets, with many cities limiting vehicle traffic almost overnight. While many welcomed the increased pedestrian access, anthropologist planner Dr. Destiny Thomas questioned how the decisions were implemented in communities of color, which are the most impacted by the pandemic. New bike lanes
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