Cascadia Scorecard 2006: Focus on Sprawl and Health

Jun 1, 2006
The Cascadia Scorecard is a regional gauge of progress that tracks seven key trends shaping the Northwest. This year's Scorecard spotlights an emerging body of research indicating that car-centered sprawl contributes to the region's leading health risks, including a high car-crash fatality rate and a high obesity rate. And residents of neighborhoods that encourage foot traffic are healthier--and safer as well.
Cascadia Scorecard 2006: Focus on Sprawl and Health
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