Bike Advocacy Toolbox
- A local legislative advocacy guide for individuals and groups – a how-to guide to help you effectively meet with local legislators and discuss important issues.
Biking & Walking Infrastructure
- New Report: A Nine-Step Recipe for Fast, Flexible Changes to City Streets
- Article on Seattle’s mayor empowering planners to take this approach
- Key details on the “Ready, Fire, Aim” approach to redesigning streets for biking and walking
- A toolkit from Memphis, TN: The MEMfix Manual – A Practical Guide For Reimagining Your Neighborhood
- Low Stress Bike Network methodology
- It’s an important methodology to utilize when redesigning streets – it’s what many planners and engineers should be focusing on in order to attract the widest possible segment of the population. Connectivity is key.
- Two great articles on the low-stress bike network methodology and what it means in plain English:
- The link to the full report on low-stress bike network methodology:
- A snippet of the low-stress bike network criteria and tables from the report if you don’t want to read the whole report:
- A link to what is essentially one of the presentations that the creator of the low-stress bike network methodology has given: