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Neighbors in South Tucson Transform Their School Crossing with a Tactical Urbanism Traffic Circle

This guest blog post was written by Vanessa Cascio, Lead Community Liaison, Living Streets Alliance, Tuscon

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Rescissions Hang Over the Transportation Alternatives Program

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DC Students Learn Traffic Safety Through Performance Art and Storytelling

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Seasoned Settlers is a Washington, D.C. metro-based educational entertainment organization putting a creative spin on safety. We talk to Executive Director Sweeetz LaBamba about public safety as a collective responsibility, the power of arts engagement, and how a career in clowning led her to become one of the District’s most dynamic safety advocates.

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Safe Routes to School Launch Communities Receive California ATP Funding

 The Safe Routes to School Launch program, a joint project of the Safe Routes Partnership and UC Berkeley Safe Transportation Research and Education Center (SafeTREC), is designed to start and strengthen sustainable Safe Routes to School programs in California communities. The program was funded by the California Office of Traffic Safety, through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

Senate Transportation Bill Takes Big Strides for Biking and Walking

Today the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee unveiled its transportation reauthorization legislation, in advance of Committee consideration tomorrow. The bill is bipartisan and being released by the four Committee leaders – Senators Barrasso (R-WY), Carper (D-DE), Capito (R-WV), and Cardin (D-MD). As you may recall from prior blogs, the current transportation law expires a little more than a year from now in September 2020.

Celebrate July Park & Rec Month by Engaging with Community

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This guest blog post is written by Jared Mummert, Program Specialist, National Recreation and Park Association