The American Journal of Preventive Medicine (AJPM) just published a supplement to their December 2009 issue that is devoted to the Active Living by Design grant program and community partnerships. Volume 37, Issue 6, Supplement 2 (December 2009) This issue focuses on the ALbD national program and community action model as well as the lessons learned from 15 ALbD grantee communities.
The annotated resource book for Healthy Kids, Healthy Communities includes a variety of resources for communities working on physical activity and the build environment. The guide is organized by different topic areas, some of which include: Youth Engagement, Safety and Crime, and Land Use and Transportation. It also includes action tools and a list of organizations working to build the connection between physical activity and the built environment.
This document provides current and detailed advice to help select and site bicycle racks for short-term parking. It discusses bicycle rack design features and how to locate racks so that they are convenient and safe to use.
The PBCAT is a crash typing software product intended to assist state and local pedestrian/bicycle coordinators, planners and engineers with improving walking and bicycling safety through the development and analysis of a database containing details associated with crashes between motor vehicles and pedestrians or bicyclists.