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Transit Chat: Tribal Transportation
This event has passed | July 15th, 2020 | 2:00 – 2:45pm PDT
Tribal transportation is a vital part of Washington State’s transportation system and centering Indigenous voices needs to be a high priority for our state. Many tribes are still fighting for federal recognition and working against massive historical and systemic inequities, including mobility access.
Join us for a discussion about tribal transportation structure and funding in Washington State, transportation safety and access on tribal land, COVID-19’s impacts, and ways to support tribal transportation work.
- Margo Hill, Spokane Tribal Citizen; Associate Professor, Eastern Washington University Urban Planning; Small Urban Rural and Tribal Center on Mobility (SURTCOM) Associate Director
- Richard Rolland, President, Rolland Associates, Planning Services, Research,Training & Technical Assistance. Focused on Small Rural & Tribal Communities
- (Moderator) Alex Hudson, Executive Director at Transportation Choices Coalition
Resources and other learning opportunities
- Download the presentation slides from this event
- Indians in Unexpected Places by Philip J. Deloria
- History of Tribes and Transportation
- Tribal Transportation Planning Organization
- Washington Traffic Safety Commission Tribal Priorities
- Tribal Transportation Planning Guide for Washington State, 2009 edition
- Tribal Consultation Best Practices Guide for Metropolitan and Regional Transportation Planning Organizations in Washington State 2015
- Target Zero – Tribal Chapter
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