Note: As of January 1, 2008, the Active Living Network is no longer operational. To stay connected to the active living movement, visit RWJF's related national programs: http://www.rwjf.org/programareas/npolist.jsp?pid=1138.
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A discussion and some proposals for how to deal with the major complexities in American transportation.

This research summary reveals that middle school students who are more active tend to do better in school.

This survey reveals that Asian Americans do not perceive diabetes and obesity to be a large threat to children.

A review of 22 case studies to assess the impact of societal interventions in incorporating more walking and bicycling in communities.

The ecological models in this report target individuals, social environments, physical environments and policies to achieve population change in physical activity.

This report reviews how policymakers have an impact on neighborhood schools and community preservation. It aims to help communities preserve treasured schools while bringing them up to 21st-century ...

This report shows that access to attractive, large public open space is associated with higher levels of walking. (Volume 28, Issue 2, supplement 2, pages 169-176)

A report encouraging local planning officials and others responsible for how places are designed and built to create active-friendly communities.

A report assessing the health impacts of the built environment, concluding that poorer housing leads to poorer health.

This proposal features 100 more policies to advance the smart growth agenda.

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