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Today: Celebrate Transit Equity Day & Rosa Parks’ Birthday

Safety Corner

Transdev operates under the principles that everyone has the right to equal access on public transit—not just today, not just during Black History Month, but always.

Rosa Parks’ influence on the transportation industry continues to have an impact today – close to 66 years after she refused to give up her seat to a white man on a Montgomery, Alabama bus. So much so, that Transit Equity Day (February 4), which started in 2018, takes place on Rosa Parks’ birthday and it honors her role in the fight for transit equity.

Across the country, some transit locations honor the day, observed this year on February 5th, by posting signs like the ones below on their buses and in the transit stations to honor Rosa Parks and the impact she made on our society.

                                         

 

 

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