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Bridgewater Active Transportation

Town of Bridgewater

Location
Located In Bridgewater
Where To Find Us
60 Pleasant St
Bridgewater, NS B4V 3X9
Areas Served Bridgewater
Contact
Website www.bridgewater.ca/active-transportation
E-Mail recreation@bridgewater.ca
Phone 902-543-2274
Description & Services
Information Active Transportation is replacing gas-generated modes of transportation with people-powered modes of transportation - or as our grandparents used to say, “under our 
own steam.”  
 
As gas prices continue to climb and global warming increases because of carbon fuel emissions, maybe it is time to look at the benefits of Active Transportation. 
 
Those benefits can include: 
· Saving you money; 
· Reducing harmful emissions; 
· Increasing your fitness level; 
· Reducing traffic on our roads; 
· Reducing the need for more parking; and most of all, 
· It’s fun! 
 
The most common ways to participate in Active Transportation include walking, biking, 
or wheeling instead of using the car.  
 
Ways to participate include walking or biking to work, visiting a friend, going to the corner store, shopping, going to church, going to school or walking to the rink, park or library. 
 
Watch for these initiatives in your community: walking school bus, more and better sidewalks, way-finding information, workshops and courses, videos and pamphlets. 
 
Special Information
Tags Bicycle ; Recreation Categories ; Running ; South Shore Connect ; Walking