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Transportation and urbanism affects every facet of our society, and so it's critical to examine how these systems interact with justice and equity. On getting started it's important to understand the differences in framing justice, equity, and equality.
Justice is the equal access to wealth, opportunities, and privileges within a society.
Equity is about fairness in process and ensuring people and communities have the resources to survive and succeed.
Equality is the equal access to opportunities and services for all peoples.