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How to Grow Responsible Road Users

In the Netherlands, approximately 50 percent of primary school children ride their bikes to school, and even more ride their bikes to secondary school.1 What’s more, Dutch cyclists are about 30 times less likely to get injured cycling than Americans. This begs the question: how do they achieve such high levels of ridership and low rates of injury?

Transportation, Goods Movement and Environmental Justice in the Inland Empire

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Fits and Starts on Infrastructure and Health Care Legislation

Congress continues to struggle with finding consensus on major legislation, and also still has a lot of work ahead in coming months to settle federal government spending levels for 2018.

Not all Pedestrians Walk: Creating an Equitable Active Transportation Framework

This guest blog post was written by Dr. Mojgan (Mo) Sami, UC Irvine, Program in Public Health

Vital and Vibrant: Safe Routes to School at the National Walking Summit

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Proposed 2018 Trump Budget Includes Infrastructure Proposal and Cuts Detrimental to Physical Activity

The Trump Administration released its proposed FY2018 budget this week. Overall, it cuts funding across nearly all agencies to fund a $52 billion increase in defense spending, veterans’ health, and border security. The budget is very similar to cuts the Trump administration tried to secure in the FY17 appropriations process, which were for the most part rebuffed by Congress.