Browse: Active Transportation

These resources are designed to help you and your community support walking, bicycling, and safe routes to transit for people of all ages and abilities. Topics include securing funding to support active transportation goals, advancing Complete Streets policies, supporting equitable Vision Zero policies, incorporating active transportation into comprehensive plans, and more.

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July 19, 2021

On Monday, July 19th from 2pm – 3pm PT, the Safe Routes Partnership is hosting a free webinar:

ATP Webinar Series #1

July 19th, 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm Pacific

Fact Sheets

funding beyond the feds

This fact sheet explores some of the more popular methods local governments are using to generate funds for active transportation.

Case Studies


Grassroots organizing takes root as community members and advocates in Muscoy, CA worked together to achieve wins for walking, biking, and Safe Routes to School.

Model Policies

NPLAN has surveyed existing law, conducted extensive legal research, and consulted with legal and policy experts to create these model laws (local ordinances and state statutes) and local and state/regional resolutions (which may be easier to pass, but are not binding) for Complete Streets.


Balance bikes are bikes that have no pedals, and children push themselves along the ground with their feet, figuring out how to find their balance. Balance Bikes are an innovative method of teaching kids how to ride a bike without relying on training wheels. 

Journal Articles

Highlights common types of collisions between young pedestrians and motorists.