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Project Activities: Changing The Built Environment

Lakewood Township in New Jersey is committed to giving its citizens - especially children - places to be active right in their neighborhoods. Over the last several years, the Township has built 16 ...

The Santa Fe Railyard has been in use since 1880 as a terminus for both passenger and freight trains. In 1995, the city of Santa Fe bought the 50-acre railyard in conjunction with the Trust for Pub ...

The Step Together New Orleans program is working in partnership with the Louisiana Public Health Institute and City of New Orleans Health Department to implement prevention efforts focused at reduc ...

Mill River Park is a long-neglected piece of public land in the heart of Stamford, Connecticut. While it has been envisioned by urban planners as a potential city centerpiece for more than 75 years ...

Officials and residents hoping to make their communities safer for walking and biking often need to study existing streets and neighborhoods to understand what to change. The Walkability and Bikabi ...

The City of Greenville, South Carolina, mobilized City resources to implement three projects to enhance walking: a pedestrian-friendly downtown revitalization, neighborhood sidewalk improvements an ...

With downtowns across the nation experiencing an influx of new residents and businesses, the city government of Topeka realized it needed a systematic plan if it hoped to create a vibrant, livable ...

Festival Fairbanks, a nonprofit organization, has facilitated revitalization of the waterfront along the Chena River, considered the area.s .crown jewel.. In the early 1890s, the riverbank was a vi ...

When Wyoming.s scenic Grand Teton National Park began to draft a new transportation plan, park officials and residents of nearby Jackson decided that they wanted to improve opportunities for visito ...

Palo Alto.s Bikestation is a safe storage area for bicycles, helping make it practical for bicycles to be used for commuting. The station allows users to park their bikes during the day or overnigh ...

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