Topics in Episode 69:
The Kids and Transportation education program teaches mobility to children in Portland, Maine.
The Cambridge Walks coalition promotes walking in several ways.
The Connecticut Bicycle Coalition in Hartford, Connecticut, has issued a report, Deadly By Design.
A National Heritage Corridor follows the Blackstone River from Worcester, Massachusetts, to Providence, Rhode Island.
The group Local Motion promotes walking and bicycling in Burlington, Vermont.
An historic pedestrian bridge has a modern problem where it ends at a busy road in Brunswick, Maine.
The Ashuelot covered bridge has pedestrian walkways along both sides in New Hampshire.
Cambridge, Massachusetts, has a Golden Shoe treasure hunt to promote walking. 100 shoes are painted gold, then left where pedestrians can find them all over the city. Anyone who finds a golden shoe can turn in the attached certificate for a free pair of shoes and a chance at the jackpot prize. The treasure hunt makes it fun for whole families to go walking new places around Cambridge.