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

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 ...

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 ...

Three busy streets converged in the Hudson Heights neighborhood, creating an unsafe crossing for school children and no safe place for seniors to stop while crossing streets. The residents organize ...

ACT!vate Omaha is a multi-disciplinary collaborative that launched an awareness campaign on the benefits associated with active living. ACT!vate Omaha is a community-wide initiative encouraging all ...

In response to the lack of safe playgrounds serving local elementary schools, Cleveland Mayor Michael White enlisted the support of ParkWorks, a Cleveland-based nonprofit that helps build community ...

In 1999, after a grassroots campaign led by the California office of the Surface Transportation Policy Project, a Safe Routes to School bill (AB 1475) became law in California. The law allocates on ...

The Coalition for the Metropolitan Branch Trail was formed by local citizens to promote the creation of the Metropolitan Branch Trail. The coalition includes individuals, community organizations an ...

Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) has developed an integrated approach to making healthy changes to urban environments. SDOT strives to establish safe, interconnected bicycle and pedestri ...

This project involves a series of physical improvements in a low-moderate income neighborhood of Cleveland including the development of two multi-purpose urban trails that link to a larger urban ne ...

Clinton Hill neighborhood reclaims and revitalize 3.5-acre park for a safe, healthy environment for children. Mildred Helms Park, located in Newark, NJ in a predominately African-American and Latin ...

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