Bay Area Health in Transportation (BAHT) Collaborative Meeting

Join us as the Safe Routes to School National Partnership and TransForm host a new collaboration of advocates, community members, health professionals, and planning experts from across the Bay Area. The primary goal is to ensure transportation policy is infused with a concern for the health and well-being of all the Bay Area’s communities.

Please register now by clicking here

Details:
Wednesday, March 21, from 10-11 am
Call-in number: (559) 726-1200
Access code: 116936#
Mute option is *6, unmute is *6
Webinar link (optional): http://www.instantpresenter.com/saferoutesurl4

Agenda (draft – subject to change):

  1. Welcome to the Bay Area Health in Transportation (BAHT) Collaborative
  2. Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) Project Performance Assessments, presentation here 
  3. One Bay Area Grant (OBAG) update and MTC complete streets policy, presentation: Marty OBAG.CS.3.21.12
    Take Action To Make the One Bay Area Grant More Supportive of Health
    MTC complete streets checklist
    National Complete Streets Coalition policy elements
  4. Thank you, announcements, and next steps

Please attend the Transportation Choices Summit on May 1 & 2 in Sacramento. Registration is open!

Next Meeting: Wednesday, April 18 at  10am, every third Wednesday of the month

Please contact Marty Martinez of the Safe Routes to School National Partnership with any questions at (415) 637-6488, Marty@saferoutespartnership.org, or Manolo González-Estay from TransForm at (510) 740-3131, mgonzalezestay@transformca.org.

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