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Project Activities: Educating the Public and Pushing for Change

The Aleknagik Lake Road Pathway, a 1.5-mile pedestrian walkway, was built in the fall of 1998 after residents of Dillingham demanded that city administration honor their promise to upgrade a walkin ...

Bicycle use has risen steadily in Huntsville, Alabama, the state.s fourth largest city. However, existing roads were mostly not designed for cyclists, and signage had fallen into disrepair. Faced w ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

Bikestation Seattle affords bicycle commuters choice and flexibility by forming critical connections between bicycles and mass transit. Located in historic Pioneer Square, this clean mobility cente ...

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 ...

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 ...

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