To make it easier for motorists, pedestrians, cyclists and people with disabilities to share the roads in Arkansas, AARP cosponsored "walking audits" in five cities this fall.
Led by Dan Burden, executive director of the nonprofit Walkable and Livable Communities Institute, the audits were conducted in El Dorado, Harrison, North Little Rock, Siloam Springs and Springdale. Burden also met with community leaders and local residents to discuss the audit results and ways to overcome barriers to active living.
For more on how the AARP state office is helping communities become more livable, visit aarp.org/ar. … Back to Article
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