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

Clay County, a small rural community of 9,300 residents located on the western border of North Carolina near Georgia, lacked a community park or playground. With three schools on one campus, a team ...

The rural town of Wray, Colorado, lacked designated outdoor walking paths that were safe and convenient for area residents. Medical providers, city government and concerned citizens collaborated to ...

The City of Safford envisioned the creation of multi-use, non-motorized trail system for pedestrians, bicyclists and skaters. The Gila Valley Trails System is a 7.5-mile regional network that conne ...

South Bronx Greenway will provide open space and recreational access to the waterfront for this underserved, low income, and multicultural community (largely Latino and African American). The proje ...

Five years ago after garnering the support from the school district, local government, and school board members, a concerned parent launched a campaign to bring attention to the need for sidewalks ...

The Main Street Corridor Master Plan for Downtown Houston, Texas, is the strategic integration of land-use with transportation, emphasizing public spaces and a pedestrian-friendly environment. The ...

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 ...

This project initially focuses on a HOPE VI revitalization project with the goal of expanding active living strategies to future development in Metro-Louisville. Planning and program efforts will b ...

Nashville's Metro Greenways Commission envisions connecting Nashville to the surrounding area through greenways. It is working to expand its system of multi-use pathways along four rivers and t ...

The Draw at Sugar House, a pedestrian crossing connecting Sugar House Park, Hidden Hollow and the Sugar House Business District, is an integral part of efforts to develop Parley's Creek Corrido ...

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