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Greetings, good morning Health and Transportation subcommittee.
I am writing to share minutes from the subcommittee meeting on January 9,
2018. Thanks for your participation in another successful meeting. The
minutes provide links to various publications and projects that were
mentioned, which should be of interest.
This is a direct link to the minutes
You can also find the minutes on the subcommittee's website,
www.trbhealth.org. Please write to me with any additions or corrections --
I am glad to make updates.
Assistant Professor, Department of Urban and Regional Planning
College of Architecture and Planning
University of Colorado Denver
(510) 384-7180 cell