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THE HONORABLE KEN WILBER, CHAIRMAN 
Mayor Karl Dean, Chairman 
Transportation: 
The Foundation of Healthy Cities 
Leslie M...
nashvillempo.org 
What People Want
nashvillempo.org 
What We Build
Metropolitan Planning Organizations 
nashvillempo.org
$7 Billion 
nashvillempo.org
Making the Case for 
nashvillempo.org 
Health
3500 
3000 
2500 
2000 
1500 
1000 
500 
nashvillempo.org 
Transportation and Obesity 
Obesity/Vehicle Miles Traveled in U...
Obesity Diabetes 
Heart Disease Physical Inactivity 
nashvillempo.org
nashvillempo.org 
Middle TN Public Opinions 
1st choice: improve and expand mass 
transit options 
2nd choice: make commun...
#1 
A Bold, New Vision 
for Mass Transit 
#2 
Support for 
Active Transportation 
& Walkable Communities 
#3 
Preservation...
A Regional Vision for Non-Motorized Modes 
nashvillempo.org 
Bikeways Sidewalks
nashvillempo.org 
Prioritizing for Health – Data Gap 
There is a strong link 
between the lack of physical 
activity and h...
nashvillempo.org 
More Complete Streets 
70% of adopted 
roadway projects 
include sidewalks, 
bicycle lanes, or 
shared-u...
Middle Tennessee 
Transportation and Health Study 
nashvillempo.org 
Transportation, Physical Activity and Health Data Col...
Integrated Transport/Health Model 
• Cancers 
• Cardiovascular 
Diseases 
• Respiratory 
Diseases 
• Crashes 
nashvillempo...
@NashvilleMPO 
/NashvilleMPO 
Leslie A. Meehan, AICP 
Director of Healthy Communities 
Nashville Area MPO 
meehan@nashvill...
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Transportation: The Foundation of Healthy Cities, by Leslie Meehan, Nashville Area Metropolitan Planning Organization

Panel discussion explores how cities can be designed and built to promote a culture of health and increase opportunities for active, social and healthy living. For more info, visit ceosforcitiesnationalmeeting.org.

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Transportation: The Foundation of Healthy Cities, by Leslie Meehan, Nashville Area Metropolitan Planning Organization

  1. 1. THE HONORABLE KEN WILBER, CHAIRMAN Mayor Karl Dean, Chairman Transportation: The Foundation of Healthy Cities Leslie Meehan, AICP CEOs for Cities National Meeting November 5, 2014
  2. 2. nashvillempo.org What People Want
  3. 3. nashvillempo.org What We Build
  4. 4. Metropolitan Planning Organizations nashvillempo.org
  5. 5. $7 Billion nashvillempo.org
  6. 6. Making the Case for nashvillempo.org Health
  7. 7. 3500 3000 2500 2000 1500 1000 500 nashvillempo.org Transportation and Obesity Obesity/Vehicle Miles Traveled in U.S. 40 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 1962 1974 1980 1994 2000 2002 2004 2006 2008 0 Adult Obesity % Childhood Obesity % (age 2-19) VMT in billion miles Sources: Centers for Disease Control – National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey/ U.S. DOT – Federal Highway Administration, Annual Vehicle Distance Traveled in Miles and Related Data
  8. 8. Obesity Diabetes Heart Disease Physical Inactivity nashvillempo.org
  9. 9. nashvillempo.org Middle TN Public Opinions 1st choice: improve and expand mass transit options 2nd choice: make communities more walkable & bike-friendly 3rd choice: build new or widen existing roadways
  10. 10. #1 A Bold, New Vision for Mass Transit #2 Support for Active Transportation & Walkable Communities #3 Preservation & Enhancement of Strategic Roadways nashvillempo.org
  11. 11. A Regional Vision for Non-Motorized Modes nashvillempo.org Bikeways Sidewalks
  12. 12. nashvillempo.org Prioritizing for Health – Data Gap There is a strong link between the lack of physical activity and health (e.g. heart disease, obesity, and other chronic conditions). Research has also shown certain population groups have a higher disparity. These groups include: There is a strong link between the lack of physical activity and health (e.g. heart disease, obesity, and other chronic conditions). Research has also shown certain population groups have a higher disparity. These groups include: - Low Income - Minority - Older Adults (over 65)
  13. 13. nashvillempo.org More Complete Streets 70% of adopted roadway projects include sidewalks, bicycle lanes, or shared-use lanes (up from 2%)
  14. 14. Middle Tennessee Transportation and Health Study nashvillempo.org Transportation, Physical Activity and Health Data Collection and Analysis www.middletnstudy.com
  15. 15. Integrated Transport/Health Model • Cancers • Cardiovascular Diseases • Respiratory Diseases • Crashes nashvillempo.org
  16. 16. @NashvilleMPO /NashvilleMPO Leslie A. Meehan, AICP Director of Healthy Communities Nashville Area MPO meehan@nashvillempo.org 615-862-7211 Livability. Sustainability. Prosperity. Diversity.

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