|"Very low income" areas from|
Salem River Crossing Project Environmental Justice
Technical Report Addendum (October 2016)
|Tract 51 detail|
from "Areas of High Poverty Density"
|A recent SKATS refresher on EJ highlights both tracts|
Certainly from here, big investments in transit, walking, and biking would offer better public health outcomes than big investments in highways, or even "solving congestion."
Maybe as we update the Comprehensive Plan we can give more visibility to all this, and perhaps the SJ, Salem Reporter, or Salem Weekly will want to take a deeper dive.