In a recent post, Healthy Places by Design shared an overview of how transportation intersects with creating healthy places. Among the roundup of research were a few points that highlighted inequitable outcomes. Namely, that communities of color are exposed to traffic pollution at higher rates than White Americans1 and disproportionately breathe polluted air caused by White […]
Highlight of the CDC and NACDD Walkability Action Institute
Air quality, rising pedestrian and bike fatalities, public transportation funding, and hopeful examples of change—here’s a roundup of the current state of transportation in the US and what it all has to do with healthy places.