America Walks is leading the way in advancing walkable, equitable, connected, and accessible places in every community across the U.S. We are the national voice for public spaces that allow people to safely walk and move. At the regional, state, and neighborhood levels, America Walks provides critical strategic support, training, and technical assistance to partner organizations and individuals to effectively advocate for change.

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Increasing Safe, Enjoyable Public Space

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Taking Care of the Environment

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Lifting up Diverse Voices and Perspectives

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Empowering Grassroots Advocacy

Join us July 9th!

Pedestrian Fatalities in Indian Country: Responding to a Crisis

To address the crisis of pedestrian fatalities in Indian Country, a new initiative funded through a Road to Zero grant from the National Safety Council will focus on education, movement building, and redesigning highways. In this webinar, hear from leaders with the Pueblo of Jemez, Cherokee Nation, and the University of Montana about the 12-month project, which will include workshops, Quick-Build projects, and use of the Our Voice public engagement tool in tribal communities.

Find Local Walking Organizations

These organizations are working at the state and local levels to make walking safe, routine, and enjoyable.

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