Our 22 Mile Thanksgiving Table

This post originally appeared on Ryan Gravel’s Blog on November 26 2014 With the undeniable success of the Atlanta Beltline’s Eastside Trail and [last] November’s groundbreaking of the long-anticipated Westside Trail, we have much to be thankful for. Of course behind the smiles, hugs, tweets and posts, and behind our lifting economy and improving quality-of-life, we still have challenges ahead to make sure that everyone … Continue reading Our 22 Mile Thanksgiving Table

The Case for Safe Routes to School

This post originally appeared on the Safe Routes to School National Partnership Blog on October 21 2015. In advocating for Safe Routes to School programs in your area, you might face two major questions from school administrators, local planners, or political leaders: Will Safe Routes to School really increase students’ rates of walking and biking to school? Is Safe Routes to School worth the investment? … Continue reading The Case for Safe Routes to School