We would love to know how/ if you are using the Transportation and Health Tool. Contact
Kate Robb, Katherine.Robb@apha.org<mailto:Katherine.Robb@apha.org>, directly if you
would like to share your experience. More details are below.
In October of 2015 the CDC and USDOT launched the Transportation and Health Tool (THT).
Now that the THT has been in use for a while, the American Public Health Association
(APHA) is heading up an effort to evaluate and document case studies of its use and
application. If you would like to tell us about your use of the THT, please contact Kate
Robb at Katherine.Robb@apha.org<mailto:Katherine.Robb@apha.org>.
The THT is a jointly funded effort of the CDC and USDOT. To support the initiative, the
APHA is working with the CDC to foster the implementation of the THT through webinars,
presentations, case studies, and workshops. The THT is tool that helps transportation
decision-makers and stakeholders understand how a state or metropolitan area compares to
others across a set of key transportation and health indicators. The tool also includes 25
evidence-based strategies to improve health outcomes and equity through transportation. To
learn more about the tool and to use it visit
Policy Analyst, Environmental Health
Center for Public Health Policy
American Public Health Association
800 I St, NW I Washington DC 20001
Ph: 202-777-2416 I Katherine.Robb@apha.org<mailto:Katherine.Robb@apha.org>
Registration now open for APHA's Annual