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Community Design Indicators within CDC's National Environmental Public Health Tracking System


The community design data used on the Tracking Network are developed from a combination of resources. The Tracking Network has adapted these data for public health uses.

The Tracking Network currently contains data on the following indicators related to community design: types of transportation to work, access to parks, air quality (ozone and PM 2.5), childhood lead poisoning, and motor vehicle-related fatalities.

Primary Toolkit:

Healthy Community Design Toolkit

Keyword Area:

Active Living, Air Quality, Community Assessment, Community Design, Data, Informatics, Injury Prevention, Performance Indicators, Physical Activity, Planning, Traffic Safety, Transportation Planning


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