The purpose of this workshop was to provide an opportunity for community members and topic area experts to join together and assess the walking and activity opportunities in the community and to provide recommendations for ways to make the community an easier and safer place to be physically active. Fortyfive individuals attended the walkability workshop and learned about creative solutions other communities have used to: solve traffic and pedestrian challenges; design trails for people of all abilities; increase safety of walking routes to school; and make park improvements for increased physical activity.
Step Into Cuba Alliance; UNM Prevention Research Center; and U.S. National Park Service Rivers, Trails & Conservation Assistance Program. "Cuba, New Mexico Trails, Park and Walkability Workshop." (2009). https://digitalrepository.unm.edu/prc-reports-documents/18