Data and Mapping

These publications explore how data and GIS technology can help advance walking, biking, Safe Routes to School, and active communities.

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    2013     Fact Sheet

    In a February 2013 policy brief entitled Travel to School in California: Key Findings from the National House hold Travel Survey, the Safe Routes to School National Partnership reveals new trends regarding travel to school.  

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    2013     Report

    As Safe Routes to School programs have increased across the country, a clear need for better data management at the national level has become apparent. 

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    2015     Fact Sheet
    A Review of the Research

    The rate of childhood obesity has increased four-fold over the past forty years, leading to serious health risks for children. 

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    2015     Fact Sheet

    This fact sheet is a companion to At the Intersection of Active Transportation and Equity: Joining Forces to Make Communities Healthier and Fairer. 

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    2015     Fact Sheet
    How Data and Maps Can Illuminate Transportation and Equity

    This fact sheet is a companion to At the Intersection of Active Transportation and Equity: Joining Forces to Make Communities Healthier and Fairer. 

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    2016     Report
    Using Data to Foster Walking and Biking to School

    This report offers insights into how newly expanding access to data can assist in improving walking and biking programs, provides an overview of the current state of data access and its limitations, and highlights case studies of communities and organizations using data to make walking and bicycling programs and policies function more effectively.