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Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting

When: January 13, 2019 - January 17, 2019 Where: Washington D.C. The meeting program will cover all transportation modes, with more than 5,000 presentations in nearly 800 sessions and workshops, addressing topics of interest to policy makers, administrators, practitioners, researchers, and representatives of government, industry, and academic institutions. A number of sessions and workshops will focus on the…
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New Webinar: Active Transportation for Healthy Communities (November 29, 2018)

About the Webinar: Webinar Date/Time: November 29th at 2pm Eastern Activity-friendly and walkable communities are designed in ways that make physical activity easier and more accessible for everyone.  America Walks has seen the dedication, passion, and innovation in communities across the US as they work to improve transportation systems to become more active, healthy, and…
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Call for Proposals:Mid-Atlantic Greenways & Trails Summit

Do you have greenways & trails expertise, insights and case studies to share? We invite innovative, cutting-edge proposals for Summit roundtables, breakout sessions, lightning rounds, and mobile workshops. Topics should be relevant to the challenges and opportunities facing the active transportation movement. Proposals should address questions such as: How can advocates, planners, policy makers, elected…
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Workplace Bike Challenge, September 2018

CYCLE SEPTEMBER IS COMING! Get yourself and your company signed-up! Overview - Cycle September - the Workplace Bike Challenge - September 2018 Organizations and their departments will compete against others of the same size (so it's a level playing field). Each individual, organization and department will earn points as pictured below. The more points you earn by riding…
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Biking Cooper River Park

Cooper River Park’s 345 acres, which the trail runs through, have long been considered the crown jewel of Camden County’s park system. In the future, the trails along the Cooper River will be extended to link with the walkway over the Benjamin Franklin Bridge, giving access to downtown Camden and Philadelphia, and connecting two important…
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Mid-Atlantic Greenway & Trails Summit

Save the date: April 4-6, 2019 Come learn, explore, & connect in Philly! The inaugural Mid-Atlantic Greenways & Trails Summit will bring together leaders and advocates of active transportation and greenway and trail development to advance bicycling and walking innovations across the region.  Submit a presentation proposal Celebrate the region's progress in developing the East Coast Greenway…
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10-Minute Walk Campaign: Celebrating Mayors and Cities Leading the Way

Everyone deserves a great park close to home. It was that belief that led the National Recreation and Park Association, The Trust for Public Land (TPL) and the Urban Land Institute (ULI) to launch the 10-Minute Walk campaign in October 2017. Since the campaign’s launch, nearly 200 mayors have signed on, committing to improving park…
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Planning Grant Could Mean Safer, More Bike Paths in Camden

Camden County announced today that it received $100,000 from the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission’s  Transportation and Community Development Initiative program for planning to improve bike and pedestrian connections along Haddon Avenue. Officials from the DVRPC, the City of Philadelphia and Camden County announced the grants in the Independence Blue Cross Courtyard on Market Street…
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