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Stop Neighborhood Speeding

Source: Pedestrians Educating Drivers on Safety (PEDS)
This flier explains how community members can create safer streets by lowering automobile speeds.
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Walk ON

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Walk ON is a partnership committed to engaging the community in the creation of environments that support walking.
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International Federation of Pedestrians

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The goals of the International Federation of Pedestrians (IFP) are to promote and to defend the pedestrian's right to full access and mobility.
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Living Streets

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Living Streets is a national charity committed to promoting access and safety in public places.
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Pedestrian Safety

Source: Global Road Safety Partnership
This report discusses the magnitude of pedestrian deaths and injuries, key risk factors, and how to assess an area's pedestrian safety situation.
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Active Transportation for America

Source: Rails to Trails Conservancy
Investment in a more diverse transportation system - one that provides viable choices to walk and bike - will lead to a far more efficient use of transportation resources.
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Bicycle/Pedestrian Planning Strategies

Source: Center for Transportation and the Environment
The Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users (SAFETEA- LU), passed by Congress in 2005, provides new provisions and expands previous legislation that support bicycle and pedestrian programming,
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Interface for Cycling Expertise

Source: Interface for Cycling Expertise (I-CE)
Interface for cycling expertise (I-CE) is an international non-profit, non-governmental organization, founded to answer the ever-growing international demand for cycle policy expertise.
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Energy Use for Bicycling

Source: Oak Ridge National Laboratory
This 1974 study quantifies total energy use for bicycling including food, bike manufacture and sale, repairs, tires, and bikeway construction.
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Bicycling and Walking in the Nineties and Beyond

Source: Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)
The primary output of this Scandinavian activity is the expertise gained in new techologies, practices, and policies, and the examination of their suitability for application in the US.
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