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The End of Walking?

With numerous door-to-door delivery services and near-immediate transportation options at our fingertips, walking 10 minutes to the bus stop can sometimes seem like a bridge too far to cross. However, many experts believe that the health of cities — and their residents — is directly tied to the opportunity to walk. How can we encourage walking and biking in this new era of convenience? Public health and mobility experts will discuss the role that design and policy play in supporting active transportation.

+ Daniel A. Rodríguez / UC Berkeley
+ Anne Torney / Mithun
+ Calli Cenizal / Lyft
+ Warren Logan / San Francisco County Transportation Authority (SFCTA)
+ Paul Chasan / San Francisco Planning

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