Southwest Corridor Equity Coalition (SWEC)

The Southwest Corridor Equitable Development Strategy was created to address this major public investment. The Strategy envisions a livable, affordable, economically thriving community with reliable and safe transportation options for every resident and commuter. Initially funded with a Federal Transportation Administration (FTA) Equitable Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) Planning Grant, the strategy seeks to ensure that individuals and families continue to live, work, and thrive in the corridor. This means making sure Southwest Corridor neighborhoods have:

  • Different choices for where to live for people of all incomes
  • A range of jobs with a living wage for people of all backgrounds
  • Learning opportunities that prepare people for those jobs
  • Wages that support people’s desire to live and work in the corridor.

The SW Corridor Equity Coalition is a coordinated effort between community organizations, residents, businesses, philanthropic partners, and state and local government bodies to advocate for and to resource equitable development practices in the SW Corridor. 

Coalition Members

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