The Professional Association for Transport & Health (PATH) is a platform for cross-disciplinary and multi-sector professionals working at the intersection of transport and health. The aim of PATH is to share information, exchange ideas, and foster collaboration to improve health and well-being within communities by advocating for the integration of health in the urban and transport agenda.
Symbolism behind the stone tower or cairn often seen along the waterfront of popular tourist attractions.
These modern structures are a personal statement of existence. However, the symbolism is much broader depending on the geographic location. On Mackinac Island in Northern Michigan, these man-made piles of rock represent far more. Each person passing by is encouraged to add one level to an incomplete tower. People from all over the world, from different demographics, can often be seen scouring the beach in search of the perfect stone. A completed tower is a result of individuals with different perspectives, who have never met, coming together to construct a well balanced tower with the strength to sustain the natural elements. In this same spirit, PATH was conceived.
PATH is administered and organized under the TPH Link.