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CAT—Coalition for Appropriate Transportation


Working to improve mobility for everyone. Human-powered transportation (walking, bicycling) and public transportation mean a better quality of life, and personal ways to decrease oil consumption. Our streets and trails provide transport and enjoyment. Appropriate transportation choices mean less congestion, reduced pollution, fewer auto crash deaths and fewer life-changing injuries. Curbing use of automobiles reduces suburban sprawl, obesity, and increasingly high medical costs. CAT’s education programs encourage appropriate choices for more sustainable living, greater vitality and improved health.

  • Bicycle Education for Adults & Youth (mechanics, riding skills, traffic skills), Sponsor of LVBike2Work Week in May.
  • Enjoyable Pedestrian Access
  • Try Transit (LANta bus)
  • Love Your Local Trails
Website Visit the CAT—Coalition for Appropriate Transportation website
Location 1935 West Broad Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018
Contact Scott Slingerland
Phone: 610-954-5744
Directory Type Non-Profit
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