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Project Activities: Changing The Built Environment

This statewide grant program begun in 2002 and administered by TXDOT provides local jurisdictions with funds to improve safety around schools for the purpose of promoting healthy walking to school. ...

Moses Lake, a town of 15,000 residents in Eastern Washington, was selected in 2002 by the Washington State Department of Health as a pilot program for the Healthy Communities Project. This initiati ...

New Boston has been chosen for a pilot program for the .Livable, Walkable Communities. initiative of New Hampshire Celebrates Wellness (NHCW), a nonprofit organization dedicated to creating healthy ...

Since many office workers spend the entire workday at their desks, it is hard to incorporate physical activity into work environments. Using the stairs is one good way to keep active, but most offi ...

Friendship TrailBridge spans Tampa Bay with the world's longest over-the-water recreational trail. Spared from demolition by an effective "Save the Gandy" bridge advocacy campaign, th ...

GO! Chapel Hill, the Community Mobility and Health Initiative, will support the development of community environments for active living. The project conducts neighborhood mobility and connectivity ...

Diamondback Bridge brings functional public art to the bicycle and pedestrian network underway in Tucson, Arizona. Walking through the belly of a giant rattlesnake - with 11-foot high fangs, transl ...

Sunnyside Piazza has become a great community organizing element and traffic calming opportunity that is transforming an intersection into gathering space. The Piazza consists of a giant sunflower ...

Partnership for Active Communities - Sacramento (formerly Safe Routes Sacramento) is a community driven project led by a variety of parents, public agencies, private, nonprofit and community groups ...

This project creates a recreational corridor linking three schools, three parks, and two neighborhood commercial districts in a low-income, immigrant neighborhood. It seeks to establish safe and ac ...

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