Embark on Estefanía’s inspiring journey, a powerful Ecuadorian student and single mother, as she navigates the challenges of unreliable public transportation in Mount Wolf, Pennsylvania, in this video presented by CASA, an immigrant advocacy organization. She and her 2-year-old daughter trek 40 minutes daily to reach the bus stop from her home. She has no other options, since Pennsylvania doesn’t yet offer driver’s licenses for immigrants and the cost of private transportation is exorbitant. Not only that, but she knows that bus exhaust fumes cause asthma, and she speaks out on the urgency of legislators’ need to invest in cleaner and healthier transportation options that keep families like hers safe. Estefanía’s advocacy sheds light on the crucial link between transit equity and sustainability.