- Replace at least one car trip a week with a walk. Encourage your family and friends to walk with you.
- Work with your local school to make sure they teach pedestrian safety and encourage walking.
- Organize a neighborhood walk to show your neighbors how many places are within walking distance.
- Schedule a neighborhood planning session to identify places that discourage pedestrian travel and make recommendations for improvements.
- Invite speakers from the Office of Transportation to your neighborhood, business, civic or other interested group.
We welcome your input and questions on our projects and programs. Please email the Pedestrian Coordinator or call 503- 823-6177.