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Advocating for Increased Accessibility

A talk by Danielle Arigoni, Susan Dooha, Marian Jones and JohnRoss Rizzo
AARP, Center for Independence of the Disabled, New York, Transportation Alternatives and NYU Langone Health

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Advocates and community leaders have long known that cities’ youngest, oldest, and most vulnerable streets users are disproportionately affected by unfriendly design that leads to injuries and fatalities. In this session, we’ll hear from advocates that inspired and demanded change which resulted in breaking through to city hall and enacting change that made their streets more accessible.

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Danielle Arigoni

Danielle is an urban planner and a seasoned leader committed to identifying policy and program opportunities in housing, transportation and public space and leveraging them to achieve more equitable, sustainable, and resilient outcomes for communities and the people who inhabit them.

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