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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The Active Living Partnership at Stapleton (ALPS) promotes and studies the benefits of healthy community design in Stapleton and the surrounding neighborhoods. Over the next 15 to 20 years, the cit ...

In June of 2003, a Walking workshop was held to focus on improvements to Highway 57. The highway lies next to a popular recreational trail that is 16 miles long and runs from Green Bay through Allo ...

New Boston has been chosen for a pilot program for the .Livable, Walkable Communities. initiative of New Hampshire Celebrates Wellness (NHCW), a nonprofit organization dedicated to creating healthy ...

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 Route 9A Greenway, a 5.4-mile urban boulevard that currently stretches from Battery Park to 59th Street, provides a new vehicular and pedestrian corridor along New York City's Westside wate ...

This statewide grant program begun in 2002 and administered by TXDOT provides local jurisdictions with funds to improve safety around schools for the purpose of promoting healthy walking to school. ...

This program the the Metropolitan Transportation Commission of California's Bay Area uses federal transportation funds to create more vital and livable neighborhoods. The program supports local ...

The Santa Fe Railyard has been in use since 1880 as a terminus for both passenger and freight trains. In 1995, the city of Santa Fe bought the 50-acre railyard in conjunction with the Trust for Pub ...

Hoping to enhance an already bicycle-friendly city, the Berkeley City Council adopted the Berkeley Bicycle Plan in 2000, creating a comprehensive vision of the future of bicycling in the city. Sinc ...

The City of Greenville, South Carolina, mobilized City resources to implement three projects to enhance walking: a pedestrian-friendly downtown revitalization, neighborhood sidewalk improvements an ...

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