SCI Research Associate and University of Oregon Professor of City & Regional Planning, Gerardo F. Sandoval, recently released a timely new book, Bicycle Justice and Urban Transformation. Part of publisher Routledge's Equity, Justice and Sustainable City series, this edited volume provides multiple perspectives on re-designing cities for people on bikes with a lens of equitable planning, policy, and advocacy. Along with Dr. Sandoval, co-editors Aaron Golub (Portland State University), Melody L. Hoffmann (Anoka Ramsey Community College), and Adonia E. Lugo (California State University-Los Angeles) drew from multiple disciplines to provide a timely perspective on how cities’ increasing move to enhancing their bicycle transportation systems can do so in a way that serves all community members. For more information on the book, including ordering options in hard copy or electronic versions, visit Routledge online
. Congratulations to Dr. Sandoval and his colleagues!