Plus: 16 Solutions From Mayors
November 2, 2016
Livable Communities Newsletter
Tool Kits & Resources
Talking About Transportation
We gathered local leaders and experts — including "open streets" pioneer Gil Penalosa (pictured) and Ray LaHood, former U.S. Secretary of Transportation — to share stories and solutions about Complete Streets, Vision Zero, driverless cars, Uber and mobility options for people of all ages in all kinds of places.
WATCH THE VIDEO
Getting Around Where We Live
16 ways mayors are expanding transit options and making walking and bicycling easier and safer.
SEE THE LIST
What's Driving the Rise in Traffic Deaths?
— Possible causes include more distracted driving and less seatbelt wearing.
Go for the Glow
— Solar luminescent green paint is lighting the way for bicycle riders at Texas A&M.
Texas A&M Transportation Institute
Inspiring Idea: "The Traffic Garden"
— A new Seattle park gives beginner bicyclists a place to get road-ready.
Walk and Work
— On November 17, America Walks presents the what, why and how of walking meetings.
Register for the Webinar
Hit the Trail
— American Trails is accepting registrations and presentation applications for its May 2017 symposium.
Proposal Deadline: December 9
— Every Body Walk's "Social Justice Tool Kit" teaches how walking and walkability can help to ease tensions, bridge divides and address disparities within communities.
Download the Kit
The next issue of the AARP Livable Communities Newsletter will be published on Wednesday, November 16.
VISIT OUR SITE