We’re proud to announce a new website exploring the Bicycling and Walking in the United States: 2016 Benchmarking Report, which traces the rise of walking and bicycling across the nation. The League of American Bicyclists, in partnership with APHA and the Institute of Transportation Engineers, created an interactive website to make critical data from this report more accessible and user-friendly. The site demonstrates easy ways for users to explore benchmarks such as mode share, public health, and traffic safety.
Watch this webinar to learn how to use the new Benchmarking Report website and how you can apply the information you learn to advocate for bicycling and walking in your community.
Stay informed about the latest developments in federal transportation policy in the U.S. with Caron Whitaker, of CLW Consulting. Hear about the work of Bike Walk Action, a coalition of bicycling and walking organizations focused on influencing federal policy and bringing local voices to members of Congress.
MUTUAL AID CALLS
A conversation for bicycling and walking organizations who are part of and interested in the work of Bike Walk Action, a new coalition of bicycling and walking organizations focused on influencing federal policy and bringing local voices to members of Congress.
This conversation will discuss how organizations can work together to raise the profile of local voices to increase the political power of the bicycling and walking movement and promote awareness of the benefits of bicycling and walking in Congress members' home districts.
A conversation with Kevin Dekkinga, Membership Director of the League of American Bicyclists, about how to use Bike Month/Week/Day activities to engage and increase your membership. Talk about your current plans and share your past experiences with other organizations as you begin your Bike Month activities.