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Resource Types: Presentation

STPP: Federal Transportation Spending in the 1990s : More transportation dollars are being spent on bicycle and pedestrian projects. This presentation showcases the most recent trends and data. ...

STPP: High Mileage Moms : Mothers have become the bus drivers of the 1990s. This presentation shows the trends in travel and mileage by mothers. The goal of the Surface Transportation Policy ...

STPP: Mean Streets 2000 : This presentation highlights the dangers facing pedestrians by automobiles according to the latest statistics. The goal of the Surface Transportation Policy Project ...

STPP: Driven To Spend : This presentation focuses on the cost of transportation for Americans in automobile ownership and usage. The goal of the Surface Transportation Policy Project (STPP) ...

Active Living at Health Canada by Rich Killingsworth, MPH, Director, Active Living by Design (2/04) This presentation provides a general overview of the relationships between the built environment, ...

*Urban Sprawl and Public Health By Richard Jackson, M.D., M.P.H. National Center For Environmental Health, and Howard Frumkin, M.D., Dr. P.H. Rollins School of Public Health. Presented Octobe ...

By Susan Jackson, AICP and Al Zelinka, AICP (RBF/Urban Design Studio). Presented at the 2001 American Planning Association, National Planning Conference (New Orleans) - March 11, 2001. This present ...

By Dan Burden, Walkable Communities Inc. Presented January 2002 to New Partners for Smart Growth.
This large presentation shows in hundreds of photos and examples the many ways to design walk ...

The New Metropolitan Agenda By Bruce Katz, Center on Urban and Metropolitan Policy, Brookings Institute. Presented April 2001 to the Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission. This presentations explor ...

Physical Activity and the Built Environment By Marya Morris, AICP, Director of Research, American Planning Association. Presented at the National Coalition for Promoting Physical Activity' ...

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