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Getting Around on Foot

Getting Around on Foot

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Published by Sarah Mirk
What's dangerous about walking around Portland? Willamette Pedestrian Coalition put together this report about the good and bad parts about being a pedestrian in the PDX area.
What's dangerous about walking around Portland? Willamette Pedestrian Coalition put together this report about the good and bad parts about being a pedestrian in the PDX area.

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Published by: Sarah Mirk on Nov 18, 2010
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Willamette Pedestrian Coalition
Getting Around on FootAction Plan
November 2010
www.wpcwalks.org
 
Getting Around On Foot Action Plan
November 2010
Walking is fundamental. Walking is healthy.Walking is sustainable.Regardless of age, occupation or physical ability;regardless of time or day of the week;we are all pedestrians.
Willamette Pedestrian Coalition
www.wpcwalks.org 
 
ii Willamette Pedestrian Coalition
Willamette Pedestrian CoalitionBoard of Directors
Philip Selinger, PresidentKatie Urey, Vice-PresidentMichael Dennis, Recording SecretaryAnne McLaughlin, TreasurerRoger Averbeck, Corresponding Secretary Jeanne HarrisonLidwien RahmanKevin SmithMargaret WeddellCaleb Winter
WPC Staff 
Steph Routh, DirectorArlie Adkins, Intern
Review Cabinet
Scott Bricker, Bricker ConsultingKaren Frost, Westside Transportation AllianceAmanda Garcia-Snell, Washington County Health DepartmentMara Gross, Coalition for a Livable FutureChris Kabel, Northwest Health FoundationRev. Joseph Santos-Lyons, OPAL Environmental JusticeOregonLake Strongheart McTighe, Metro Active TransportationPartnership Jessica Tump, TriMet Joe VanderVeer, Portland Commission on Disabilities
 Volunteers
Anne LaLonde MeagherHeather WilliamsStudents of Dr. Monsere’s Trafc Safety class at PortlandState University
(pictured on this page)
Matt Ballard Kimber MillerAlex Bauld Todd MilletWilliam Farley Seth PriceBrenda Franco Laurel Senger Joseph Huddle Dan SpoelstraNorberth Marticorena Ian Wright
Special Thanks
This Action Plan would not have been possible withoutthe following people: jurisdiction staff; neighborhoodassociation members; all respondents of the Getting Aroundon Foot survey; members and supporters of the WillamettePedestrian Coalition; everyone who walks and works to makewalking conditions safe, convenient and attractive for others,and Metro RLIS for providing the map underlays.
 Acknowledgments
This project was made possible by the generous support and encouragement of:
The Northwest Health Foundation, which works to advance, support and promote the health of the people of Oregon andSouthwest Washington.The Federal Transit Administration Jobs Access Reverse Commute (JARC) Program, which provides new or expandedtransportation services designed to ll gaps that exist for eligible low-income individuals in getting to and from jobs and otheremployment-related services. This program is administrated locally by TriMet.

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