We believe that no matter who you are or where you live, everyone should have clean air and water, the opportunity to build community, and the ability to safely and affordably get from Point A to Point B.
Unfortunately, many of our communities aren't built that way. For many of us, our communities were torn apart by highway construction, leaving disinvestment and pollution while making it harder to get around our own neighborhoods. And by structuring our cities and towns around cars, we've made it harder and harder for people who don't drive to meaningfully participate in our communities and build their lives.
The good news is, it doesn't have to be this way. We can rebuild our communities to bring mobility for all: where everyone can get where they need to go safely, affordably, sustainably, and on time, no matter whether you're walking, biking, driving, or riding the bus. And when we do it, we can make our communities healthier, safer, more vibrant, and a better place to live for everyone.
Across the country, we're bringing that vision to life by organizing with our communities to demand common-sense changes to how our towns are built. We've seen it in action in cities across the country—and as the U.S. makes historic investments in infrastructure from coast to coast, we have the opportunity to build the future our communities deserve.
Join us in fighting for:
- People before highways
- Reconnecting communities
- Repairing past harms
- Mobility for all