Make the Move - 2010-11 National Implementation of the U.S. Physical Activity Plan - (Page 29)
It’s not a new idea to merge public health with transportation and city planning. Historically, city-planners have been concerned about public health and welfare from as far back as the early 1800’s. Today we realize that transportation systems, development patterns, community design and planning decisions have a profound effect on everyone’s level of physical activity. In order to change the transportation landscape for healthier living, it will require many individuals and agencies to rethink the way they plan and develop our communities. Transportation and community designs show great promise to change sedentary routines into more active ones. It’s possible to increase the amount of walking, bicycling, and other physical activity.
neighborhoods and transportation
Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Make the Move - 2010-11 National Implementation of the U.S. Physical Activity Plan
NCPPA - Make the Move
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Schools, Afterschool, Early Child Care
Parks, Recreation, Fitness and Sports
Neighborhoods and Transportation
Media and Marketing
Make the Move - 2010-11 National Implementation of the U.S. Physical Activity Plan
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