Active Transportation: Reports, Evaluations, and Toolkits
2016    Toolkit, Evaluation

Walkability checklist developed for use by teens. 

2016    Toolkit, Evaluation

Walkability checklist developed for use by teens. 

2016    Toolkit, Report, Research

This Guide was prepared for pedestrian and bicycle safety professionals and others who are proactive in developing programs at the State or community level.  It provides a compilation of existing and proposed countermeasures that can be used by a variety of implementers to help solve a wide range of pedestrian and bicycle safety problems. 

2016    Toolkit, Report, Research

This Guide was prepared for pedestrian and bicycle safety professionals and others who are proactive in developing programs at the State or community level.  It provides a compilation of existing and proposed countermeasures that can be used by a variety of implementers to help solve a wide range of pedestrian and bicycle safety problems. 

2016    Toolkit, Website, Video

The Walk and Bike Safely curriculum is designed specifically for use by teachers and volunteers working with adult immigrants who are beginning English language learners.  It consists of a teacher's guide, a student workbook, and two audio segments.

2016    Toolkit, Report

This newly released reference for non-engineers, is intended for highway safety professionals, including State Highway Safety Officials, as well as their partners and grantees, as a reference for an integrated and comprehensive effort to improve pedestrian and bicycle safety and support broader transportation-related goals. 

2016    Toolkit, Report

This newly released reference for non-engineers, is intended for highway safety professionals, including State Highway Safety Officials, as well as their partners and grantees, as a reference for an integrated and comprehensive effort to improve pedestrian and bicycle safety and support broader transportation-related goals. 

2016    Report, Research

A literature review on the effect of electronic device use on pedestrian safety.

2016    Evaluation, Report, Research

An estimated 2,368 pedestrians were killed in the first half of 2015, an increase of 10% over the same time period the prior year. The preliminary 2015 data were provided by GHSA's member State Highway Safety Office members. 

2016    Evaluation, Report, Research

An estimated 2,368 pedestrians were killed in the first half of 2015, an increase of 10% over the same time period the prior year. The preliminary 2015 data were provided by GHSA's member State Highway Safety Office members.