Active Transportation: Case Studies
2019    Fact Sheet, Case Study

Grassroots organizing takes root as community members and advocates in Muscoy, CA worked together to achieve wins for walking, biking, and Safe Routes to School.

2017    Case Study

These new resources tell the stories of state- and local-level campaign wins for active transportation funding, Safe Routes to School, Complete Streets, shared use, and environmental justice policies. 

2015    Evaluation, Report, Case Study, Research, Laws and Policies

This report provides an overview of current pedestrian safety data and research and discusses how states are using this and other information to address the issue.

2015    Toolkit, Case Study

The primary objective of this guide is to provide tips and guidance on how States and communities can effectively deploy pedestrian safety enforcement operations to reduce pedestrian injuries and fatalities. 

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2014    Evaluation, Report, Case Study

This report is an account of positive changes that occur when broad groups of stakeholders work together on behalf of our children.  Community groups and individuals helped galvanize the call for these changes, demonstrating broad support for active transportation.  

2014    Fact Sheet, Case Study

This fact sheet illustrates how to include walking and biking into comprehensive plans. 

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2012    Report, Case Study

With the growing rate of obesity, the high cost of gas and climate change, we must rethink and reshape our transportation systems and networks to promote active transportation, with public health practitioners playing a key role. 

Fact Sheet, Case Study

This article highlights the impact the bicycle industry and bicycle tourism have on state and local economies; describes the need for bicycle facilities, discusses the cost-effectiveness of investments, points out the benefits of bike facilities for business districts and neighborhoods, and identifies the cost savings associated with mode shift. 

Report, Case Study

This planning manual illustrates why planning for transit-oriented development that serves families is important for creating complete communities and how such integrated planning can be achieved.

Toolkit, Report, Case Study

The Livability in Transportation Guidebook’s primary purpose is to illustrate how livability principles have been successfully incorporated into transportation planning, programming, and project design, using examples from State, regional, and local sponsors, applicable in urban, suburban, and rural areas.