In the coming weeks, a great many vehicles will be on the road–perhaps more than ever–because people will be fearful of using public transportation. To address public health and environmental concerns while reducing the risks related to a resurgence of COVID-19, we’ll examine ways to limit air pollution associated with transportation, accelerate efforts to create projects that support walking and biking, make public transit safer for riders and operators, encourage telecommuting, and more.
This online program on Thursday, May 21 at 7pm will focus on how the Greater Boston community should be preparing for the transportation impact of reopening businesses after coronavirus pandemic wanes.
Panelists include Anne Lusk, PhD, Harvard Chan School of Public Health and other panelists TBA.
Sponsored by the Newton Free Library and co-sponsored by Green Newton, the League of Women Voters Newton and Bike Newton.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
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