Healthy Communities: Fact Sheets
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2018    Fact Sheet

This series of fact sheets offers ideas and examples of strategies to advance equity in every stage of the Safe Routes to Parks Action Framework.

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2018    Fact Sheet

We’ve updated our guide to effectively communicating about walking and biking with a new section focused on equity language and framing.

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2018    Fact Sheet

This fact sheet highlights the importance of improving personal safety from crime and violence in order to promote park access. 

2018    Fact Sheet

This toolkit can help communities and residents participate to make their vision of healthy, safe, walkable streets to parks real.

2018    Fact Sheet

This fact sheet provides a quick summary of the report cards' scoring structure, including the indicators and possible points in each of the core topic areas and an example report card showing the different components.

2018    Fact Sheet

This fact sheet provides tips on how to use your state's report card.

2017    Fact Sheet

In too many neighborhoods, local stores carry no fresh produce or other healthy options, but getting to healthy foods is dangerous and inconvenient due to unsafe walking conditions and lack of access to public transit or private vehicles.

2017    Fact Sheet

Communities want safe, accessible streets that people of all ages and abilities can use and enjoy. Such streets support local businesses, encourage economic development and promote healthy communities.

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2017    Fact Sheet

Traveling outside the neighborhood for food access can be complicated without a car. This two-page fact sheet describes why public transit matters for food access and strategies for improving healthy food access.

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2017    Fact Sheet

This fact sheet outlines the role of transit agencies in improving food access, offers examples from transit agencies across the country, and shares solutions that will allow transit agencies to create or strengthen the connection between neighborhoods and grocery stores.