An Explainer: State Implementation of the Transportation Alternatives Program

Stay up to date on how much TAP funding your

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Announcing Carol Goss as Our New Board Chair

The Safe Routes to School National Partnership is proud to announce Carol Goss

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Making Complete Streets a Reality in Birmingham, AL

Birmingham’s parks have been described as “gems” by the US Secretary of the

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Congressional Leaders Speak Out on Safe Routes, Biking, and Walking

While much of the attention in January here in DC has been focused

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What's Next for Walking and Biking?

We sat down with the leaders of three national active transportation advocacy organizations

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Thank You to Outgoing Board Chair Risa Wilkerson

Many books have been written about leadership over the years, and yet there

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It's a Match: How Walk With Us El Monte Adapted a Walking School Bus Program to Fit Their Community

Walking school buses are one of the most effective ways to change how

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2018 Election Results: What Do They Mean for Active Transportation?

As the media has fully covered, the November elections resulted in Democrats getting

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Learn How to Submit a Competitive Active Transportation Program Application

Wednesday, October 10, 2018

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Walking, Voting Rights, and Why #SafeRoutestoVote Matters

This blog post was written by Sara Zimmerman and Marisa Jones.

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