Peterborough is again leading the way when it comes to promoting active and sustainable transportation for healthier residents and a healthier community.

Last fall, Trent University became the first post-secondary school to sign on with Commute Ontario and now Peterborough Public Health has followed suit — becoming the first health unit in Ontario to partner with the province-wide program promoting active and sustainable means of transportation.

Commute Ontario encourages commuters to leave their cars at home and walk or cycle to work or school where possible, or to let someone else do the driving by carpooling or taking public transit.

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