Social equity, justice, and fairness are important factors to consider in present trends in transportation and for future mobility. There can be major economically regressive and disproportionately adverse effects on traditionally discriminated against and vulnerable groups. These can include non-dominant racial, ethnic, gender, disability, language, and literacy groups. Various federal rules and laws apply, including environmental justice, Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, and the Americans with Disabilities Act. Some groups are potentially much more adversely affected by climate change, global warming, and rising ocean levels. Social and economic mobility in the U.S. are declining and income inequality is increasing. Many problems can be avoided or prevented through careful planning, an equity lens, excellent public participation, and diversity metrics. Others can be ameliorated and/or reduced. Many efforts in social justice and diversity are underway, with mixed results. There are particular challenges involving affordability of EVs, charging, evacuation due to disasters, cost and disability accessibility of TNCs, regressivity of funding methods, access to work, hybrid workplaces, and infrastructure silos that do not reflect, consider, or anticipate people of color community perceived needs, wants, and desires in regard to overlapping infrastructure. Virtual mobility is available disparately due to the digital divide. Remediation and reparations for past errors and discrimination are being considered in some places. Growing social discord increases the controversy of such proposals, and transportation planners must become expert at handling and mediating such divisiveness. Transportation planning cannot be carried out in an abstract way without seriously considering and dealing with such factors. This presentation will present ideas and recommended approaches to ameliorate such difficulties and increase social opportunity, access, and use. Questions will be solicited from the audience, and discussion encouraged.