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Integrating a Health Impact Assessment into District-Wide School Travel Planning

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Title: Integrating a Health Impact Assessment into District-Wide School Travel Planning
Track: Prosper
Format: 60 minute panel
Abstract: Learn about how a Health Impact Assessment (HIA) was used for the first time to guide the formulation of the Safe Routes to School (SRTS) Columbus City Schools District-Wide School Travel Plan, which focused on schools and neighborhoods with health inequities.
Presenters:
Presenter: Brian Butler Columbus Public Health
Co-Presenter: Kate Moening Safe Routes to School National Partnership
Co-Presenter: Alex Smith Columbus Public Health
Co-Presenter: Julie Walcoff Ohio DOT

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Integrating a Health Impact Assessment into District-Wide School Travel Planning

  1. 1. Health Impact Integrating HIA into District-Wide School Travel Planning Julie Walcoff Ohio Department of Transportation September 10, 2014
  2. 2. •SRTS in 78 out of 88 Counties •$ 60 Million Announced •Over 200 Inf. 98 Sold •Over 300 Planning and Non Inf projects By the Numbers
  3. 3. A Brief History SRTS in Ohio
  4. 4. Develop a Plan •Community Process •5 E’s Based •Assistance •Tools •Fact based •Required Document
  5. 5. Tools – Location Data Fairmoor Elementary School Columbus
  6. 6. Tools – Crash Data
  7. 7. Tools – Department of Education •Economics •Disabilities •Limited English
  8. 8. Ohio where are the projects
  9. 9. LSD: •1 Complete •3 In Progress •1 On Deck
  10. 10. Ohio Safe Routes to School julie.walcoff@dot.state.oh.us 614-466-3049

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