Some say the spread out design of America’s suburbs and cities contributes to obesity and other health problems. We’ll hear several perspectives on the health benefits of pedestrian friendly communities

Guests

  • Reid Ewing National Center for Smart Growth at the University of Maryland
  • Ronald Utt Senior research fellow at the Heritage Foundation
  • Lawrence Frank Associate professor and Bombardier Chair in Sustainable Transport in the School of Community and Regional Planning at the University of British Columbia
  • Richard Killingsworth Associate professor, University of North Carolina School of Public Health director, Active Living by Design

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