Thursday, September 14
Like any builder, a community change agent needs the best tools to be able to create livable communities for all members. This session will feature datasets, planning tools, and web-based resources that can help communities better understand and use neighborhood-level data, offer guidance into new research and thinking, and arm advocates with the information needed to make the case for walkable communities across the US.
Room: Kellogg 3
Moderator: Kate Robb, American Public Health Association
- David Brown, Senior Behavioral Scientist, CDC, Physical Activity and Health Branch
- Dr. Lawrence D. Frank, PhD, AICP, ASLA, President, Urban Design 4 Health, Inc.
- Gary A. Jensen, Livability Team Leader, Office of Human Environment HEPH-10, Federal Highway Administration, Download a Copy of the Presentation