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The “Pedestrian and Bicycle Data Collection in United States Communities: Quantifying Use, Surveying Users and Documenting Facility Extent” (large PDF download) report was sponsored by the Pede ...

Smart Growth America, in conjunction with National Association of Realtors, released its 2007 Growth and Transportation Survey detailing how Americans view development and its effects in their comm ...

Ranking the most physically inactive cities through a provocative feature, “America’s Most Sedentary Cities,” Forbes magazine shines a spotlight on the environmental characteristics that help ...

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Using a patent-pending algorithm and an amalgam of GoogleMaps, a new web-based tool ranks neighborhood desirability based on its proximity by foot to stores, restaurants, schools, businesses and pa ...

In acknowledgement of Walk to School events happening throughout the month of October, the New York Times laments the national decline in the number of students who walk or bike to school. Noting t ...

This month the Safe Routes to School National Partnership, sponsored by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, released a report entitled “Safe Routes to School: 2007 State of the States” [PDF]. R ...

The Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center (PBIC) is recruiting individuals and organizations to register as local resources in their community. By signing up, your name joins a free searchable ...

The Conservation Fund is the nation’s foremost environmental nonprofit dedicated to protecting America’s most important landscapes and waterways for future generations.

Active Living Research (ALR), a national program of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, has revamped and launched its new website. A searchable database allows ALR grants, research results and reso ...

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