The next meeting of the Bay Area Health in Transportation (BAHT) Collaborative is coming up next Wednesday, December 19 at 10 a.m.!

The next meeting of the Bay Area Health in Transportation (BAHT) Collaborative is coming up next Wednesday, December 19 at 10 a.m.! 

Go to this link to sign up for the webinar:

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/rt/3946960115406561792

Call in to the following number: Conference dial-in number: (559) 726-1200
Participant access code: 116936#

What happened on our last call in October:

We heard a presentation from the Alameda County Transportation Commission’s (ACTC) new Transportation Expenditure Plan (TEP), which lays out the spending for a new sales tax measure to support transportation in Alameda County. Presentation here.

What will happen this month:

We know that violence, and perceptions of violence, can undermine strategies to increase access to healthful food and safe places for activity.

Dalila A. Butler, Program Coordinator for the Prevention Institute, will share strategies to address the intersection of violence and chronic disease as well as examples of community initiatives that have built effective multi-field partnerships and have successfully changed and sustained environments that foster health and safety.

We will also hear from Marty Martinez of the Safe Routes to School National Partnership on the progress of the One Bay Area Grants (OBAG) in the counties and their call for projects. You can see an update on OBAG here.

Please invite others to get on the list for future meetings and information about BAHT. If you have questions or concerns please contact us at the numbers and email addresses listed below. Also, if you’re so inclined you can give feedback on our BAHT calls as part of the Safe Routes to School National Partnership’s end of year network survey at: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/FV6N62L.


Register to get announcements for future calls here!

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