I was thinking about transportation as a solution to food access as well! One thing I am curious about is how we can use transportation of food to individuals to solve the problem.
Apps and services already exist to deliver groceries, planned meals, and hot food to middle- and upper- income individuals. Can these resources be expanded to low-income individuals? How can we educate communities about the options? Can transportation services like Uber and Lyft, which are already shuttling people through neighborhoods, provide grocery delivery services through their existing infrastructures?
I think delivery services are good options for working families, the elderly, and the differently abled because they also reduce the time and energy of food shopping, allowing more time for family activities and food preparation, both of which can improve health. Some services even reduce costs below typical grocers by direct sourcing, which can help improve options for low-income families.