ALR's Jim Sallis is honored for translating research findings from the built environment into action.
Chad Spoon's blog
New policy brief offers data and figures to help make the case for Open Streets in your community.
New research shows bike trains can have positive impact on youth physical activity.
ALR's Jim Sallis wins 2017 award.
Report highlights measures on what works well with regard to park access and use, and how it relates to improved community health.
Park and Recreation Month focuses on the power of play.
ALR website ranked 12th on list of top sites for active transportation.
The Community Preventive Services Task Force recommends combined built environment approaches to increase physical activity. These approaches combine new or enhanced transportation systems (e.g., pedestrian and cycling paths) with new or enhanced land use design (e.g., proximity to a store, access to a public park) to promote physical activity among residents.
Our Parks & Recreation infographic translated into Spanish.
Our SRTS Programs Work infographic translated into Spanish.