Grassroots Community Residents Lead the Change for a Safer and Accessible Park


Congress Talks Climate and Transportation

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In the first two months of the new Congress, one key issue making news is climate change. 

An Explainer: State Implementation of the Transportation Alternatives Program

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Stay up to date on how much TAP funding your state is obligating for biking and walking projects.

Announcing Carol Goss as Our New Board Chair

carol gossThe Safe Routes to School National Partnership is proud to announce Carol Goss as the new Chair of the Board of Directors. Carol steps up to assume the role of Board Chair after serving as a board member for five years and providing a strong force in leading and shaping the organization’s vision for equity and the work of the board.

Making Complete Streets a Reality in Birmingham, AL

Birmingham’s parks have been described as “gems” by the US Secretary of the Interior. But they’re exceptionally difficult to access if you don’t have a car. Public transit is limited, and it’s not easy to bike or walk around Birmingham. In fact, many people in Birmingham hardly bike or walk at all.

Congressional Leaders Speak Out on Safe Routes, Biking, and Walking

While much of the attention in January here in DC has been focused on resolving the standoff over the government shutdown, Congress has also been getting organized – welcoming new members, deciding committee leadership and assignments, and staffing up.