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Objective 6: Get more people walking for transportation, recreation, and health


Walking is an inexpensive form of transportation and recreation that provides health benefits for people, communities, and the environment. Promoting walking includes education, encouragement, and enforcement campaigns that provide information about walking routes, groups, connections to transit and destinations, events, and ways to improve pedestrian safety.

Get more people walking for transportation, recreation, and health

Strategy 6.1: Promote the benefits of walking as part of citywide sustainability and equity initiatives and through new and expanded programs

Strategy 6.2: Foster communication to support pedestrian travel

Strategy 6.3: Create a strong pedestrian education program

Strategy 6.4: Establish and strengthen partnerships

Strategy 6.5: Monitor and communicate the Pedestrian Master Plan delivery actions

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