I would like to hear the panelists go low tech and discuss how walking and cycling infrastructure are a part of mobility for all. Many find cycling easier than walking so an adapted cycle can actually be an important mobility aid (and should be funded as such). The current infrastructure is inadequate for everyone, let alone an individual with challenges. For example, on a recent walk with blind and visually impaired children, the sidewalks were so poor, we could barely to a park for healthy outdoor activities. We need to improve basic infrastructure to enable all the mobility options.