The National Capital Region needs many improvements before we will have a truly healthy transportation network. We need better pedestrian, cycling and public transportation infrastructure, in all our neighbourhoods.

Communities that are home to vulnerable populations should have excellent access to healthy transportation options.

Complete streets that serve all modes of transportation and users, no matter their age or abilities, need to be built in these communities. Bike paths, sidewalks and leading to and from public transit stations, schools, parks, concert and sport venues, and areas of our cities that contain local businesses. 

Improving the linkages between existing cycling, pedestrian, high-occupancy vehicle transportation networks should also be highly prioritized.

With a focus on community organizing, research, the need for effective policy and infrastructure, our members fund and co-create projects to build more livable communities.