It would be an understatement to claim that transportation has not been the favorite subject matter of philosophers of social justice over the past centuries. Indeed, no philosopher has explicitly and systematically addressed justice in the domain of transportation. At best, scholars of social justice have touched upon transportation on the sidelines, as an example to develop a broader, typically unrelated, argument (see, for instance, Michelman 1973, p. 980; Walzer 1983, p. 115; Sen 1983, p. 160; Sadurski 1985, p. 161; Braybrooke 1987, pp. 18-19; Elster 1992, pp. 59-61; Miller 1999, p. 7).