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Building Parks is Not Enough

Safe Routes to Parks is a national framework for ensuring that people can walk, bike or roll to a park or greenspace in a way that is appealing and safe from traffic and personal danger. Photo Naim Hasan Photography

Shuster Proposal Sets Stage for Transportation Reauthorization

Earlier this week, Rep. Shuster (R-PA), the current chair of the House Transportation & Infrastructure Committee, released an Infrastructure Discussion Draft. He is hoping it will prompt discussion on how to address the continual shortfall of funding in the Highway Trust Fund.

States Buckle Down on Spending TAP; Some States Risk Losing Funds

Each quarter, we take a look at state progress with implementing the Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP). For the quarter covering April to June 2018, states obligated nearly $131 million in TAP funding, with all states except for three making forward progress. (Obligation means that the state DOT has committed funding to a local TAP project and is a key step towards actually getting the project built or implemented.)

It Doesn't Take as Long as You'd Think!

According to a recent study from Penn State, most people say they don’t walk or bike to work because they don’t have time and that it would just take too long. The same study debunks that claim!

State Report Cards: A Tool to Improve TAP in Your State

Last month, the Safe Routes Partnership released the 2018 version of Making Strides: State Report Cards on Support for Walking, Bicycling, and Active Kids and Communities. The report cards rank states on their policy approaches on a range of areas, including Complete Streets, school siting, physical activity planning, and more.