Active Transportation: Reports, Evaluations, and Toolkits
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2020    Toolkit

This toolkit provides tips and strategies for effectively engaging young people in Vision Zero, including ideas for integration into SRTS programming, general principles of youth engagement, and more.

2020    Toolkit

A challenge for May to walk, ride,scoot, or skate everyday

2020    Toolkit

May Challenge flyer and tracking sheet that students can utilize while learning from home.

2020    Toolkit

Learn to ride is a class/method/program to teach someone how to ride a bike for the first time.

2020    Toolkit

Family Walks and family bike rides with route ideas and safety instructions.

2020    Toolkit

A guide on how to continue keeping your kids active and safe by biking and walking during COVID. 

2020    Toolkit

A manual on how to remain safe while using the SPPS Bike Fleet. All information is in accordance with the Minnesota Department of Health and CDC Guidelines. 

2020    Report

Whether people are shopping at a supermarket or corner store, getting food from a food pantry, eating at a local restaurant, or picking up produce at a farmers market or community garden, everyone needs a safe and reliable way to get to the places where they obtain foods.

2019    Fact Sheet, Report

This report provides an introduction to MPOs for those who want to better understand regional planning and how to influence it to benefit health, active transportation, and equity.

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2019    Toolkit

Making sure that community members can travel safely by foot, bus, or bike to get to where they need to go is an essential part of a healthy community. As a result, it is important that the concept of Vision Zero be fully implemented in every part of District of Columbia.