Q&A: Expert discusses new report on how access to transportation affects public health

[ad_1] Credit: Pixabay/CC0 Public Domain In a country of suburban sprawl and endless highways, most Americans need a car in order to complete such basic tasks as going to work, getting groceries, and seeing the doctor. Those without cars are at the mercy of uneven sidewalks and unpredictable transit systems, meaning they don’t often get…

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