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  • STATE SAFETY TARGETS SHOW NEED FOR CONGRESS TO FURTHER PRIORITIZE SAFETY
    The following blog post is co-authored and published in partnership with the National Complete Streets Coalition, a non-profit, non-partisan alliance of public interest organizations and transportation professionals committed to the development and implementation of Complete Streets policies and practices and a program of Smart Growth America. Transportation policy can take a long time. In 2012, Congress passed the Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act (MAP-21) which required the US Department of Transportation (US DOT) to establish a safety performance measure to assess federal investments in transportation. In 2016, the Obama administration promulgated a final rule. And now, in 2020 the […]
  • Updated Data on Commuting
    The League of American Bicyclists is excited to launch data.bikeleague.org today. This new portal allows the public to easily access data compiled by the League’s Benchmarking Project, enabling comparisons on a variety of biking and walking data from multiple federal, state, and local agency sources. Visit the League’s new Data Portal to explore the numbers on people biking and walking This coincides with today’s Census Bureau release of its 1-year American Community Survey estimates, including updated estimates for bicycle commuting for the nation, all states, and most communities with populations over 65,000. Using this data, we have updated the following charts on data.bikeleague.org: National Data […]