|Record #: MDL0143||Last Modified: 07 Jan 2016||Last Full Update: 18 Mar 2014|
|Where To Find Us||
210 Aberdeen St
|Areas Served||Lunenburg County|
|Contact||Trudy Payne, Director of Recreation|
|Description & Services|
|Information||Active Transportation is replacing gas-generated modes of transportation with people-powered modes of transportation - or as our grandparents used to say, “under our |
As gas prices continue to climb and global warming increases because of carbon fuel emissions, maybe it is time to look at the benefits of Active Transportation.
Those benefits can include:
· Saving you money;
· Reducing harmful emissions;
· Increasing your fitness level;
· Reducing traffic on our roads;
· Reducing the need for more parking; and most of all,
· It’s fun!
The most common ways to participate in Active Transportation include walking, biking,
or wheeling instead of using the car.
Ways to participate include walking or biking to work, visiting a friend, going to the corner store, shopping, going to church, going to school or walking to the rink, park or library.
Watch for these initiatives in your community: completed trail behind Best Western, new sidewalk along Trunk 10, Cookville, share the road education, Lunenburg County Mountain Bike Association
|Tags||Recreation Categories ; South Shore Connect ; Special Interest|