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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Project Activities: Instituting Policy Change

Parley's Creek Corridor Trail is an 8-mile paved trail that follows the Interstate 80 corridor through Salt Lake City, UT. The trail will be a major east-west connector trail running through Salt L ...

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 ...

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 ...

The Initiative seeks to create a balanced transportation system for motorists, bicyclists, and pedestrians. Key components of the Healthy Roads Initiative direct the County to, whenever feasible: < ...

Front and Myrtle streets are both major thoroughfares passing through some of the most vibrant parts of downtown Boise. They connect to major destinations in the city, including state and local gov ...

The Cedar Lake Regional Trail connects recreational users with Cedar Lake Park, links Minneapolis' chain of lakes with the Mississippi River, and serves as a "bicycle freeway" for commuters heading ...

Millennium Park has transformed 24.5 acres of railroad track and parking lots into a major venue for cultural and performing arts. The Park showcases architecture, sculpture and landscape design, p ...

Erlanger, Kentucky, developed a multi-faceted approach to introduce active living concepts that combines programs, policies, interdepartmental cooperation and partnerships with the private sector. ...

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 ...

Arlington, the smallest county in the Commonwealth of Virginia, has roughly 200,000 residents and 30 public schools. The idea of developing a Safe Routes to School initiative started from people in ...

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