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Youth Active Transportation

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  • is any form of humanpowered, nonmotorized transportation – including walking, cycling or wheeling (e.g. in-line skating/skateboarding).
  • can be part of your everyday routine to get to school or visit your friends. Using your own energy to get places helps you to get more daily physical activity.
  • can be combined with public transit to get to places that are further away such as the recreation centre, skateboard park or the mall.
  • improves your health and supports a healthy community.


(VIDEO) Active Transportation – Planning 101. Learn more about this important mode of transportation.

(PDF)  Click here to download a poster that you can use to promote active transportation.

(PDF)  Click here for information about what you can do to make a difference, and how your municipality can support active transportation.



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