Join the Boston Alliance for Community Health (BACH0 and the Boston Public Health Commission (BPHC) for our fourth Passport to Public Health workshop--Oh the Places You'll Go ... While Using Active Transit.
The community discussion will be led by Stefanie Seskin, the Active Transportation Director for the Boston Transportation Department, and Dr. Doug Brugge, Community Assessment of Freeway Exposure and Health (CAFEH) Co-Chair. 
Our speakers will discuss: 
  • The intersection between active transportation and air pollution in Chinatown 
  • The importance of active transportation 
  • Safety policies
  • Bike lane design plans 
  • CAFEH findings regarding air pollution in Chinatown
Our FREE workshop will include dinnera taxi voucher rafflecommunity resources, and interpretation services
  • Enter our raffle for a free taxi ride from the workshop by signing up HERE!
  • Sign up for interpreter services HERE!
Passport to Public Health is an initiative of BACH's Community Engagement and Membership Committee, (CEMC) in partnership with BPHC. 

Reserve your spot here:

April 28, 2016 at 6pm - 8pm
Asian Community Development Corporation
38 Oak St
Metropolitan Room
Boston, MA 02111
United States
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