There is a lot of data on data.bikeleague.org. If you’re looking for a quick overview of bicycling and walking in your city or state, our fact sheets are a great place to start. They are available for all 50 states, and 76 cities that represent the 50 most populous cities in the United States, the most populous city in every ...

In order to understand how your city or state can get more people safely and easily biking, walking and rolling to everyday destinations, and therefore get more people physically active, it is important to know what biking and walking data exists for your city or state. Today, the League is publishing fact sheets on biking and walking for each of ...

Being active offers immediate benefits like feeling better and sleeping better. It also offers long-term benefits in the form of disease prevention, with research suggesting that meeting federal physical activity guidelines could prevent 1 in 15 cases of heart disease. Physical activity guidelines recommend at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity aerobic activity each week and at least two days of muscle-strengthening activity each week. The ...

The Benchmarking Project's data on current state bicycle and pedestrian planning and state traffic laws that promote bicyclist and pedestrian safety have been updated. Under Plans and Policies, updated data and maps are available for: Statewide Bicycle and Pedestrian PlansState Complete Street Laws, Policies, and other actionsState Strategic Highway Safety Plans - highlighting approaches to bicycle and pedestrian safety Under ...

The Benchmarking Project's data on federal funding for biking and walking have been updated. Data on the use of federal transportation funds provided by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) shows a decrease in funds spent on biking and walking in 2020 compared to 2019. While the overall trend for the last decade broadly shows more federal funds are being used ...