2016 Alliance for Biking and Walking Benchmarking Report

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With funding through the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) the Alliance for Biking and Walking conducted the 2016 Alliance Benchmarking Report exploring the rise of walking and biking and the intersections between transportation, health, economics, equity, government funding, advocacy efforts, and more.

By illuminating key indicators that shape American mobility, the Benchmarking Report can help you make the case for safe, equitable, active transportation options in your community and begin conversations to improve or establish effective, equitable, active transportation systems in your community.

“Positive health outcomes from increased active transportation may have the greatest impact on low-income communities and youth.”

Table of Contents

  • Part I. Introduction
    • The Benchmarking Project
    • Active Transportation Trends
  • Part II. Find Your Angle
    • People Powered Movement
  • Part III. Make Your Case
    • Healthy Communitities
    • Safe Transportation
    • Strong Economies
    • Connected Routes
    • Multimodal Infrastructure
    • Effective Governance
    • Dedicated Resources
    • Engaged Public
  • Part IV. Show Your Data
    • Trends at the State Level
    • Trends at the City Level
  • Part V. Tool Box
    • Summary Worksheet
    • Benchmarking Project State Survey
    • Benchmarking Project City Survey
    • Overview of Data Sources
    • Biking and Walking Counts
    • Online Resources

Download the free 2016 Alliance Benchmarking Report here.

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