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Project Activities: Instituting Policy Change

Rio Grande Riverpark will be a multi-use trail and open space network along the Rio Grande River in the El Paso del Norte region of Texas. The linear park along the Rio Grande has catalyzed a colla ...

The Metropolitan Planning Commission of Nashville and Davidson County has developed a Strategic Plan for Sidewalks and Bikeways to enable Metro to effectively plan and implement facilities that imp ...

This project involves three Portland Metro area neighborhoods in two counties. Damascus, a 13,600-acre rural residential neighborhood of 3,600, merges significant development due to the recent ex ...

When Tucson voters approved the Rio Nuevo plan for revitalizing downtown in 1999, city officials designated Congress Street as a primary area of focus. Formerly the heart of the city, Congress Stre ...

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 ...

The Clearwater East-West Trail provides important 13-mile regional connection that link Tampa Bay to the Gulf of Mexico. When complete, the trail will connect with two primary north-south trails in ...

In November 2004, San Diego County voters approved a 40-year measure for a 1/2-cent sales tax to fund transportation projects. This sets aside 2% of the annual revenues available to be allocated to ...

The project focuses on creating more opportunities for active living in a dense urban setting. The project area is the predominantly Hispanic urban area of Santa Ana, where nearly half of the resid ...

Fenway Alliance is a small non-profit organization representing 22 art, culture and academic institutions that advocate making the Fenway Cultural District walkable, beautiful and accessible. The d ...

The PedNet Coalition, along with the City of Columbia, the University of Missouri and Columbia Public Schools, and many other partners have teamed up to create "Bike, Walk, Wheel: A Way of Lif ...

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