Active Transportation: Case Studies
Toolkit, Case Study

Part IV of the series "Steps to a Walkable Community: A Guide for Citizens, Planners, and Engineers."

Fact Sheet, Case Study

This collection of design and engineering tactics is not intended to be comprehensive, but rather highlight the innovative, nonmandatory tactics that accommodate or encourage walking, safety elements, and signal treatments. 

Toolkit, Report, Case Study

Steps to a Walkable Community compilesmultidisciplinary tactics that readers can assemble into customstrategies designed for their community’s circumstances. 

Toolkit, Report, Case Study

Steps to a Walkable Community compilesmultidisciplinary tactics that readers can assemble into customstrategies designed for their community’s circumstances. The guidecontains tactics for building or rebuilding cities and suburbs in ways thatencourage walking.

Toolkit, Case Study

This report provides an introduction to different types of walking facilities that can be constructedin rural areas. It includes case studies of a number of communities building creative and cost-effective walking facilities.

Report, Case Study

This guide is intended to help demystify regional transportation plans (RTPs), explain key components and requirements, identify ways to incorporate health‐promoting strategies into RTPs, and showcase short case studies of improving community health through RTPs.

Report, Case Study

This report examines some of the states that have successfully dedicated federal safety funds to reducebicycle and pedestrian fatalities and crashes. 

Fact Sheet, Case Study

This tool provides step-by-step guidance on developing a funding campaign for walking and biking projects.