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Tag: Transit to Trails

Make bus rides cheaper and more convenient to fix dwindling transit ridership. LA Times

[T]he NAACP [Legal Defense Fund], the Bus Riders’ Union and others took Metro to federal court to protect bus service in 1994. Their argument was that the expansion of rail was coming at the expense of bus routes, bus frequency […]

The Year in Pictures 2016

Click on the caption for more information. Please donate now to support our work on equal justice, democracy, and livability for all! Guidance to Incorporate Environmental Justice and Civil Rights in State Clean Power Plans Climate Justice California Coastal Access […]

The City Project Salutes Jon Jarvis NPS Director for a Job Well Done

The City Project is proud to call National Park Service Director Jon Jarvis a friend. Director Jarvis is a friend of ours. He is a friend of the people. Director Jarvis has provided unprecedented leadership for parks, recreation, monuments, and health resources that […]

National Park Service Centennial Transit to Parks Anahuak Youth Sports Assocation, The City Project, and Allies

To celebrate the National Park Service centennial, Anahuak Youth Sports Assocation and The City Project partner with National Park Service, National Parks Conservation Association, Community Nature Connection, California State Parks, and Rose Foundation to take children and families on a […]

National Park Service Centennial Celebration Anahuak Youth The City Project: Equal Access to Parks!

Go to a park. Have fun. Be healthy. Learn about people and places. Get a job as a ranger. Save climate, creation, and people. Promote equal justice. They’re our parks! To celebrate the National Park Service centennial, Anahuak Youth Sports […]

Equity Planning for Civil Rights and Environmental Justice Take Action Comics!

President Barack Obama and federal agencies provide best practice examples of this equity planning framework in action for civil rights and environmental justice compliance and enforcement. They show what communities are entitled to, and what federal agencies and federal funding […]

NPS Centennial Free Admission to all National Parks August 25-28. The City Project Encourages You to #FindYourPark #EncuentraTuParque

Photo of Tunnel View by Cesar De La Vega from his first trip to Yosemite in May 2016 The National Park Service (NPS) turns 100 on August 25, 2016. To celebrate their Centennial, NPS will offer free admission to all 412 […]

Diversity and Inclusion In Our Wild Spaces, African American Nature and Parks Experiences, The City Project

The Muir Project, in partnership with African American Nature and Parks Experiences, produced the short video, “Diversity and Inclusion In Our Wild Spaces,” highlighting the need to improve the diversity of both the visitation and employment within our parks and […]

President Obama Cesar de la Vega The City Project Yosemite Access for All Live

President Barack Obama: “There are kids who live just a few hours from here, and they have never seen” Yosemite’s Bridleveil Fall. The City Project’s Cesar de la Vega joins the President and our diverse allies to diversify access to […]

SCPR Transit to Trails Duarte shuttle service connects Gold Line to popular hiking San Gabriel Mountains

Thanks Daniel Rossman The real heroes are Ariel Collins, Cesar De La Vega, Belinda Faustinos, and Amy Lethbridge! Daniel Rossman San Gabriel Mountains Forever “You may have heard the voice of SGMF advocates Robert Garcia or Belinda Faustinos on the […]