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A bicycle commuter who rides four miles to work, five days a week, avoids 2,000 miles of driving and about 2,000 pounds of CO2 emissions each year.

Conference focuses on active transportation programs and policies in Indiana

 If you live in Indiana and are interested in learning how to achieve walkable, bikeable, transit-oriented neighborhoods, there’s a conference in Indianapolis you won’t want to miss.

/Striding Toward Healthy Communities: Indiana’s Active Transportation Conference is geared toward educating community leaders, planners, engineers, public health practitioners, academicians and others interested in making communities better places to walk, bike and use transit.

The conference features mobile workshops on Tuesday, November 13 and a traditional full-day conference on Wednesday, November 14. Attendees will learn from national experts and advocates about recommended smart growth and active transportation programs and policies, and how they have been used successfully in other areas of the country in order to increase physical activity, create safer, more accessible places, and to advance community and economic development.

Conference scholarships may be available. Learn more at the link above or by emailing