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This session will orient the audience to the CDC guidance, which recommends that transportation policy include a balanced portfolio of transportation choices that support health and reduce health care costs.
In addition the session will highlight the work of innovative practitioners who are already putting these strategies to work in Tennessee and California. In regional projects in Tennessee, transportation planners have synthesized data to build frameworks for guiding future transportation investments, such as the Nashville Regional Bicycle and Pedestrian Study. The Nashville Area Metropolitan Planning Organization has also incorporated a new health element into its project selection criteria.