New Advocates


Measuring the Pedestrian Streetscape

This webinar will introduce participants to the Microscale Audit for Pedestrian Streetscape (MAPS) tool that can help communities assess the activity-friendliness of streets, sidewalks, and crossings. Anyone interested in walking and finding ways to create safe, walking environments should join this webinar. The MAPS audit tool is based upon 10 years of observational research and … Continue reading Measuring the Pedestrian Streetscape

Transportation Legislation & Policy

Policy experts will walk through background on policy areas regarding transportation. Speakers: Kevin Mills, VP of Policy and Trail Development, Rails to Trails Conservancy Debra Alvarez, Government Relations and Advocacy, AARP Margo Pedroso, Deputy Director, National Safe Routes to School Partnership Moderator: Yolanda Savage-Narva, National Campaign Director, America Walks Transportation Legislation & Policy from America … Continue reading Transportation Legislation & Policy

Building the Walking Movement—New Strategies and Coalitions

“Hear” from presenters who are our partners in the Every Body Walk Collaborative and all working to make America a great place to walk. “Tell” us how you and other walking advocates plan to be involved to ensure the success of the National Walking Movement. Time will be allotted at the end of the presentations … Continue reading Building the Walking Movement—New Strategies and Coalitions

Follow the Leader: Successful Community Initiatives

Topics of discussion include: Brief description of a successful walking initiatives that are implemented nationally and locally Strategies for building a successful community walking program from a 1) national perspective-GirlTrek and the YMCA of the USA, 2) state perspective-Oregon Walks, and 3) local perspective-Count on Yourself!

Data and Resources to Propel Local Walking Programs and Solutions

Have you wondered how to keep up with all the tools and data available for successful local walking initiatives? This webinar, the “kickoff” of a new series, will provide you with in- depth information and resources to support your work at the state, tribal and local levels.