Without access to transportation, people in our community will have a harder time getting to work, buying healthy food, seeing a doctor, going to school, or connecting with others. While all communities offer a variety of ways to get around, not everyone has equal access to a wide range of convenient, safe, and affordable means of transportation. Many communities rely on multiple modes to connect to basic services that are necessary to live productive, fulfilling, and healthy lives. However, these transportation options are not always available to those who need them most. This analysis identifies concentrations of Ohio residents that have been historically disadvantaged or are otherwise considered vulnerable to unsafe, disconnected, or incomplete active transportation networks.
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