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CAT — Coalition for Appropriate Transportation


CAT–Coalition for Appropriate Transportation is an educational organization working to improve mobility for everyone. Improved walking, bicycling, and transit mean a better quality of life. Human-power and mass transportation are a way to personally decrease our consumption of oil; that we can do this very moment. Streets and trails are available for enjoyment and transport.

Appropriate transportation choices mean less congestion, reduced pollution, fewer auto crash deaths and life-changing injuries, too. Curbing our use of the automobile fights suburban sprawl, obesity, and increasingly high medical costs. CAT’s education programs encourage appropriate transportation choices for a more sustainable, pleasant lifestyle a more active life, greater vitality, and improved health.

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Website Visit the CAT — Coalition for Appropriate Transportation website
Location 1935 W Broad Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018
Contact Scott Slingerland
Phone: 610-954-5744
Directory Type Non-Profit
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