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Transit on Tap

A talk at one of the region’s great brewpubs.

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Transportation Policy is Public Health Policy
Monday, December 15, 5–7 p.m.

Lucky Lab Beer Hall
1945 NW Quimby St, Portland, OR 97209
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Transportation Policy is Public Health Policy

The simple act of getting from home to work or to the grocery store can keep you healthy or make you sick. When you choose to walk, bike, or take transit for everyday trips, you reduce your risk of chronic disease, you reduce your risk and others’ risk of being injured riding a bike or walking, and you help improve air quality in your community. Unfortunately, our car-oriented culture and spending priorities have resulted in limited options for many of us, especially for people with low incomes, people with physical disabilities, and for older adults and youth. We can support the health and safety of all Oregonians by transforming how we plan our communities and how we spend our limited resources. A quality transit system is an essential element to creating healthier communities. Join Upstream Public Health Policy Manager Heidi Guenin for a discussion on transportation policy and public health.

Heidi Guenin, Upstream Public Health

What is Transit on Tap?

Talks will be held in meeting rooms at local brew pubs, where you will be able to sample what’s on tap while hearing from transit experts on a variety of topics.

All events are free and open to the public.
Pub-goers are responsible for purchasing their own food and beverages.

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