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Public transit and smart transportation planning are some of the most important tools that local and state governments have to fight climate change and reduce structural inequalities. Transportation decisions should improve local air quality, rather than drive greenhouse gas emissions, and reduce economic inequality instead of excluding working-class communities from the opportunities we need to thrive.

Last year, Governor Hogan vetoed Transportation Equity. Tell the General Assembly to pass it again!

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