Environmental Justice in Transportation: Emerging Trends and Best Practices

Federal Highway Administration, August 30, 2011

Categorized Under: Transportation



This online guidebook outlines emerging trends and best practices in addressing environmental justice in transportation decision making. The four chapters focus on foundational issues (transit and affordability, public involvement) or emerging trends (livability, road pricing).

Authored By

  • Santalucia Pepper

    ManagerICF International

    Antonio Santalucia has 15 years of experience in policy analysis and program support, primarily in environmental protection and transportation. He is skilled in analyzing federal policies and programs and effectively communicating the results.

    For 2 years he managed ICF’s support for the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) SmartWay Transport Partnership, a voluntary program for improving energy efficiency and reducing emissions of the freight sector. ICF’s support included direct management of participating companies, meeting and conference planning and logistics, assisting with awards programs and events, developing training materials, and preparing informational and educational materials. He was a policy analyst for the Congressional Budget Office and for the House Budget Committee.

Insight Details

Published: Aug 30, 2011
Authors: , Lisa McNally, Terence Plaskon, Theresa Silla, Anjali Mahendra
Source: Federal Highway Administration (U.S. Department of Transportation)

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