Seeking Ambassadors for Transportation and Public Health (share a ready-made PPT with
Dear Transportation and Public Health Community,
The TRB Standing Committee on Transportation and Public Health (AME70) is recruiting
ambassadors to share a ready-made PowerPoint (attached) of key findings from the NCHRP
Guidebook for Communications between Transportation and Public Health
The Guide, one of our favorite publications, provides invaluable information regarding
cross-sector collaboration for the advancement of transportation and health efforts.
We invite our network of transportation and public health professionals to promote the
Guide and spur creative thinking and new partnerships. You do not have to be an expert on
the Guide to share it. We would appreciate you letting people know it’s out there!
Next month’s TRB Annual Meeting provides an excellent opportunity to share the Guide at
lectern sessions, committee meetings, and in committee handouts.
The attached PowerPoint slides and suggested talking points is your ready-made script for
sharing this message. Please adapt it for your audience and time available. Feel free to
include all or part of the slides in a committee handout for distribution or for
Our goal is that by using a clear and concise set of slides, information in this important
Guide (published in 2019) can be disseminated to any audience of transportation and/or
health professionals with relatively little effort from the presenter. We appreciate your
Please email Faith Hall at email@example.com<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org> with
questions and if you share the Guide (for tracking purposes). We encourage you to share
this email and the PPT with your networks. Together, we can advance the important effort
of improving coordination between the fields of transportation and public health.
Special Team for Guide Dissemination,
TRB Standing Committee on Transportation and Public Health
Member, AME70 - TRB Standing Committee for Transportation and Public Health -
Office: 202-366-9055 (forwarding to my cell phone)
‘Everyone wins with public transportation,’ a video from the Centers for Disease Control
A Guidebook for Communications between Transportation and Public Health Communities -