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A Primer on NHTSA’s Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety Dollars

When we talk about federal transportation dollars in this space, we most often focus on the Transportation Alternatives Program, since it has a strong focus on funding Safe Routes to School programs and bicycling and walking infrastructure.

Training Wheels: Biking Safety Education Curriculum

This blog post was written by the National Partnership's research reviewer, Christina Galardi.

“It’s just like riding a bike.”

This is an expression we often use to refer to a learned skill that comes naturally and is retained for a lifetime.

But how do you learn to ride a bike—and do so safely—in the first place?

kids on bikes

Alex Smith: Coordinating Large District School Travel Plans to Improve Walking and Biking to School in Columbus, Ohio

While we could only give one Hubsmith award, we were impressed by all of the dedicated individuals who were nominated for an award. We’ll be profiling each of the nominees over the next few months and look forward to lifting up great work from all around the country.

Confessions of a Tokenized Advocate

This blog post was co-written by National Partnership staff Keith Benjamin, community partnerships manager, and Mikaela Randolph, community engagement and evaluation manager.

group photo"Sometimes we have to tokenize ourselves for the sake of pushing the movement forward."

Tell USDOT that Transportation is About More than Just Cars!

The National Partnership submitted our official comments for the record on May 16. Read our comments here.

What the US Department of Transportation chooses to measure has an impact on which transportation projects get built in your state and community—and on your ability to feel safe while walking and bicycling to school and in your neighborhood.

End Street Harassment to Get More Youth Walking and Biking

sara zimmermanSara Zimmerman is program and policy director at the National Partnership.

Click here to see the Storify highlights from the #MoveEquity Tweetchat on ending street harassment to get more kids walking and biking.

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