Breaking News! Senate Bill 127, which will prioritize the creation of ‘complete streets,’ including safer and better designed sidewalks, bikeways, and crosswalks, on state highways that run through cities, towns, and neighborhoods passed out the Senate with a 28-9 bipartisan vote.
Breaking news out of Tucson, Ariz.! After two years of advocacy, community outreach, and a collaborative policy development process with Tucson Department of Transportation and the Complete Streets Task Force, the City Council voted 7-0 to make streets safer by passing a Complete Streets policy!
The Des Moines City Council voted 7-0 to pass a complete streets policy focused on safe travel around the city!
The City of Milwaukee has passed a complete streets policy that will help make streets safer for people walking, taking transit, biking or driving!
Good news for those who live, work and visit Columbus, GA — the Columbus Consolidated Government Council recently passed critical amendments to their Complete Streets Policy!
The Charlotte City Council voted in favor to amend a sidewalk ordinance and close important loopholes that were barriers to implementing a larger walking and biking plan.
The Oklahoma City Council unanimously adopted a Livable Streets policy, which will lead to a more active, healthier, and safer Oklahoma City!
The Kansas City, MO City Council approved a Complete Streets policy (with a 13-0 vote) that will allow the city to create a community where active transportation is integrated into street design rather than being an afterthought. Citizens of all abilities in Kansas City will be able to engage in more active transportation, such as biking and walking, which means healthier citizens and healthier communities!
Election Day brought a number of successes to make walking and bicycling safer for millions in cities and counties in Colorado, Texas, Georgia, and Florida.
Congratulations, Brunswick, GA! Locals and visitors will have safer streets for transportation and recreation! Last week, the Mayor and City Commission passed Ordinance 1048, a Complete Streets policy to improve community health, while decreasing traffic congestion.
Americans in cities across the country all raised their hands this last election cycle to vote for change within their communities, giving their citizens the right to enjoy their city on foot, bicycle, skates, or any mode of active transportation they choose.
The Pittsburgh City Council has adopted a Complete Streets policy making city streets safer for everyone whether they are walking, bicycling, taking transit, or driving.
Southern Pines leads the way in the Sandhills area with an extensive Greenway Trail System and distinct working plans for bicycle, pedestrian and greenway use. That’s good for business and growth, and keeping it that way will require a strategy to maintain funding for it.
ORMOND BEACH — Gayle Belin thought she would spend more time bicycling once she relocated from Vermont to a climate free of ice and snow.
ROCKFORD — The local biking community is rallying in support of the Spring Creek bike path proposal and more than two dozen biking enthusiasts gathered at Rockford Roasting Company today to back the cause.