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2020 has been quite the year. One with much uncertainty, turmoil, and concern. We hope you are doing well and staying safe.

During 2020 Urban Design 4 Health (UD4H) has accomplished a lot. We have worked with ground-breaking and innovative clients and some fantastic partner firms. We have created nationwide datasets and continued work on the National Public Health Assessment Model (N-PHAM) for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). We delivered the first suite of public space data for the Seattle Waterfront after the removal of the Alaskan Way Viaduct. We have published our original research results from a San Joaquin County Health Equity Study in California.
We, like many people, are looking forward to an even better 2021. UD4H, with its focus on health, environment, and equity, is ready to work with you as you plan, program, and design for the new normal. Our tools and services (N-PHAM, monetization of infrastructure benefits, and online and in-field data acquisition) are operational and ready to go.

Below are a few examples of our 2020 highlights:
Use-Cases of UD4H Health Assessment Tools:
Bringing Health into Agency Planning:
Expanding the Evidence: We look forward to working with you to integrate health, equity, and the built, natural, and social environment more fully into your work. We will be part of the effort to rebuild and create the vibrant walkable neighborhoods and public spaces needed in 2021 and beyond.

Happy Holidays!
Dr. Lawrence Frank, President, and the UD4H Team
Urban Design 4 Health (UD4H) develops evidence and tools to support healthy, sustainable, energy secure transportation and land use decision making.

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