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The Movement to Make Every American Community Walkable

Tell me your zip code and I can tell you how healthy you are....

Everyone Talks about Volkswagen, but the Real Question is Hardly Ever Touched

In average, the production of a car causes as many emissions as its (petrol-fuelled) usage over the whole lifetime.

National Walking Summit Make Strides Toward Healthier Future For All

Walking is moving fast these days.

NACTO Report Links Station Density to Bike Share Usage, Equity

A new report argues that consistent, close station design is crucial to making bike share a viable option for users of all income levels.

5 Reasons Cargo Bikes Are the Perfect Mode of Transportation

With Americans driving less and more cities encouraging people to bike, the humble cargo bike has quietly gained traction in the U.S.

Making the Case for Columbus as a Place

I am one of the “zealous nuts.”

Way to Go!

Americans have actually been driving less per-capita for the past decade, bucking a century-long trend of ever-increasing dependence on automobiles.

How to Start a Bike Kitchen

A bike kitchen is a place for people to repair their bikes, learn safe cycling, make bicycling more accessible, build community, and support sustainable transportation by getting more people on bikes.

Walking is Going Places

Humans’ most common pastime--forsaken for decades as too slow and too much effort-- is now recognized as a health breakthrough, an economic catalyst and a route to happiness.

“Sweet Rebellion”: Reclaiming India’s Streets with Raahgiri Day

Inspired by Ciclovia, a weekly open street event in Bogota, Colombia, Raahgiri day has provided momentum for the ever-increasing Streets as Places movement. 

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