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Monday, May 03, 20213:15 PM - 4:15 PM
Rural communities have their own unique circumstances to consider when implementing activity friendly routes to everyday destinations. This session will explore real-world rural examples and best practices for implementing routes to destinations approaches.
- Mark Fenton, MS Public Health, Planning, and Transportation Consultant Associate Adjunct Professor, Tufts University, Friedman School of Nutrition Science & Policy Scituate, MA
- Ramiro Gonzalez Director of Government & Community Affairs, City of Brownsville, Brownsville, TX
- Carolyn B. Minter, MS, APR Program Manager, REACH, North Central Health District, Hancock County, Sparta, GA
- Pam Stenz Marengo County Extension Coordinator, Alabama Cooperative Extension, Linden, AL
- Identify real-world examples and best practices for implementing Routes to Destinations approaches in rural areas, including walking/cycling on rural roads and rural complete streets
- Describe approaches for implementing long-term practice and policy change in rural communities, including implementation and maintenance funding