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Connecting the Dots Between Health and Transportation: Mark Fenton


In December 2015, national walkability expert Mark Fenton toured several Oregon communities to talk about connecting the dots between health and transportation.

The visit was sponsored by Oregon's Transportation and Growth Management Program, in partnership with local and regional governments and the Oregon Health Authority.

Watch his Linn and Benton County talk in full, or view (and share!) key excerpts.

The clips:
- Mark Fenton's complete talk, "Connecting the Dots between Health and Transportation" (85 minutes), given at LaSells Stewart Center in Corvallis
- Three Key Numbers: 30, 20, 365 (10 minutes)
- About Lane Safety Re-alignments, aka "road diets" (2 minutes)
- America's Inactivity and Poor Nutrition Epidemic (4 minutes)
- Basics of Healthy Community Design (1:30 minute version)
- Basics of Healthy Community Design (3 minute version)
- Basics of Healthy Community Design (9:30 minute version)
- How Street Designs Impact Travel Choice, illustrated by Corvallis' SW 3rd (1 minute)

 

 

 Mark Fenton's Complete Talk (85 minutes)

 
 

 Three Key Numbers: 30, 20, 365 (10 minutes)

 

 

 

 About Lane Re-Alignments (Road Diets) - 2 minutes

 
 

 America's Inactivity and Poor Nutrition Epidemic

 
 

 Four Elements of Healthy Community Design - Short (1:30)

 
 

 Four Elements of Healthy Community Design - medium (3 mins)

 
 

 Four Elements of Healthy Community Design - longer (9:30 mins)

 
 

 Street Design - SW 3rd (1 min)