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Mobility Matters is Looking for Contributors!

Do you have some research you’d like to expose to the wider transportation community? Interested in expanding the audience of people following your work? Or do you have something informative to add to the discussion on a specific transportation issue? If so, consider submitting an article for inclusion in Mobility Matters, the YPT newsletter!

We’re looking specifically for those interested in submitting work for the coming February issue, as well as future issues. Typically we publish articles between 600-2000 words, and are happy to work with authors on refining larger pieces (or smaller ones) for inclusion. If you’re interested in contributing an article, you can reach out directly to the editor, Andrew Bevington, at abevington35@gmail.com.

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