Walk Bike Forward with Ted Eytan

#WalkBikeForward: Join us on our journey honoring key moments and people that have shaped our field as we celebrate 20 years of creating active, healthy communities. Ted Eytan, MD, MS, MPH, family physician in Washington, DC America’s Most Walkable City? In terms of breakthroughs, look at Washington, DC. It’s changed from a mostly unwalkable place to […]

Walk Bike Forward with Gil Penalosa

#WalkBikeForward: Join us on our journey honoring key moments and people that have shaped our field as we celebrate 20 years of creating active, healthy communities. Gil Penalosa, founder and board chair of 8 80 Cities, travels all over the world speaking and consulting about creating communities that serve people of all ages. He is […]

Walk Bike Forward with Tim Young

#WalkBikeForward: Join us on our journey honoring key moments and people that have shaped our field as we celebrate 20 years of creating active, healthy communities. Tim Young is Executive Director of Wyoming Pathways, a statewide advocacy organization for people who bike and walk. From 1992–2002, he led the planning, fundraising, and construction of pathways […]

Move More Part 2: Becoming a Walkable Community

By Jean Crowther, Planning Associate, Alta Planning + Design Part 1 of this topic discussed the meaning of walkability and why it matters. However, even for communities where citizens and elected officials rally behind the value of walkability and are ready to make improvements, it can be difficult to know where to start. Here is […]