Promote Walking and Biking:
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Making Your Community Walkable and Bikeable

Source: Department of Health Behavior and Health Education, UNC School of Public Health
This guidebook helps community groups, organizations, and concerned individuals learn how to collaborate with planning staff and other officials to improve their local roads for walking and bicycling.
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Neighborhood-Scale Planning Tools to Create Active, Livable Communities

Source: Local Government Commission, Active Living Leadership
This guide is a tool for community members to use to help create a more active, livable community.
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Overcoming Opposition to Bicycling, Walking and Trail Development

Source: National Bicycle and Pedestrian Clearinghouse
This report focuses on ways to create trails in communities with localized resistance to the construction.
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Pedestrian Safety Roadshow: Albany Street Bridge Corridor

Source: Voorhees Transportation Center, New Jersey Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
This document is a summary of the results of the Pedestrian Safety Roadshow that examined pedestrian safety along the Albany Street Bridge corridor in New Jersey.
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Railbanking Factsheet

Source: Rails-to-Trails Conservancy
This fact sheet is resource for community members to use to help maintain rail easements and convert them to public trails.
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