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Improving Transit Access for Pedestrians and Bicyclists
CM | 1.25
Date: Saturday, April 13
Activity Code: S411
Room: Regency A
How can communities increase pedestrian and bicycle access to and from transit to make “active commuting” a more viable choice? This session presents case studies from Durham, N.C., Washington, D.C., and Boston that highlight how making transit options like light rail, subways, and ferries more accessible to walkers and cyclists can increase community vitality. Learn how infrastructure improvements—along with marketing and new-media outreach—can link walking and biking to transit.