Boston month may be over, but we still have one more interview to bring you: Jeremy Mendelson of Critical Transit.
Jeremy is a traveling geographer, bike and transit fan, and sustainable transportation advocate. He has designed bus and rail networks for a wide range of transit agencies; toured dozens of cities and towns; and written extensively about transportation planning, social and environmental justice and equity. Originally from New York City and Boston, Jeremy was recently hanging out in Minneapolis, but returned to Boston, to prepare for the next adventure.
That’s all for Boston Month. Thanks for your patience everyone (esp. Jeremy Mendelson) in getting this out.
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