Task Force Member Resources

Steet scale and shared use policies go hand in hand with community betterment, public engagement, street scale enhancements, physical activity and improved economic opportunities. We offer the following collection of fact sheets, articles, blog posts, and other resources for task force members to use and share in your work. If you are a task force member and would like to add a resource to this page, contact Keith Benjamin at keith@saferoutespartnership.org.


Street Scale Resources

How to use SRTS to combat the threat of violence in communities

Using the Transportation Alternatives Program of MAP-21 to Impact your Local Community

Overcoming Obstacles in Underserved Communities

Webinar:  Empowering Low-Income Communities to Take Advantage of MAP-21 Funds

Safe Routes to School: Helping Communities Save Lives and Dollars

Utilizando Rutas Escolares Seguras Para Combatir la Amenaza de la Violencia

Shared Use Resources



What is Shared Use? Supporting Health in Asian America, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Communities

Resources from Task Force Member Organizations

AARP: Complete Streets in the Southeast: A Tool Kit

Active Living Research Tools and Resources

Active Living Research: Do All Children Have Places to Be Active? Disparities in Access to Physical Activity Environments in Racial and Ethnic Minority and Lower-Income Communities

Advancement Project-Urban Peace

Alliance for Biking and Walking: 2014 Alliance Benchmarking Report

The League of American Bicyclists: Equity Report and Resources

The Leadership Conference: Transportation Equity

National Association of School State Boards of Education: How Schools Work and How to Work With Schools

National League of Cities: Let's Move! Cities, Town and Counties

PolicyLink: Maximizing Walkability, Diversity, and Educational Equity in U.S. Schools

Salud America: Growing Healthy Change

Transportation Equity Network Resources

Street Scale Blogs/ Articles

Equity through Street Scale Technical Assistance Empowers All Communities: 

Shared Use and Street Scale Policies In Action

Activating Places for Physical Activity: When ‘‘Honey Go Outside and Play’’ Isn’t Enough

Making Equity Count in the Built Environment