For general benchmarking, see Surveys and Benchmarking category.
If you are looking to make a case for how bicycling, walking, and community design can have positive economic effects you've come to the right place! Also find data relating to road use and taxes, and the cost of cars.
If you want to make an argument for the environmental benefits of bicycling and walking you've come to the right place! Find data on the effect of transportation infrastructure and mode choice on habitat fragmentation, biodiversity, air pollution, and global warming. Find reports and fact sheets that reveal the environmental impacts of a car-dominated culture and how bicycling and walking are a big part of the green transportation solution.
Find resources here to help you argue for the health benefits of bicycling and walking. Included are resources on the obesity epidemic and how bicycling, walking, and community design can contribute to improved public health.
Invest in biking and walking advocacy where it matters most... on the ground!
U.S. Federal Transportation Policy Briefing --Call on March 11
Twitter for Media Relations --Call on March 19
Collaborating with Health Stakeholders --Call on March 26
03/07/2014 - This Week in Biking & Walking
03/04/2014 - Consider Biking Wins Biking & Walking Vacation
03/04/2014 - Congratulations to the 2014 Advocacy Award Winners!