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Students get their schools moving with wellness mini-grants

The students and staff at Lincoln Charter School in York are doing big things.

They are learning to eat healthy and grow their own food. They are learning the importance of getting up and moving. 1,353 more words

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Meet Us in East Multnomah County!

Come join friends and colleagues to learn more about the future of walkability and Safe Routes to School in the greater Portland metropolitan region, with a focus on… 110 more words

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The future of multimodal student transportation

Today, most student transportation departments around the country focus primarily on getting students to school on yellow school buses. But student transportation isn’t just about school buses — especially if you live in the one-to-two-mile radius around a school. 205 more words

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Walking towards safer streets

How does the greater Portland-Metro region get to a place where we have safer streets? Where do we begin to build accessible routes — to transit, to jobs, to schools, to our community centers — for people of all ages and abilities to travel on foot? 404 more words

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Funding in WashCo for "minor transport projects" -- apply before 7/15!

Live or work in Washington County and notice your neighborhood is missing a bit of sidewalk, a stretch of bike lane, or another barrier to walking or bicycling in your community? 339 more words

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Developing a Multi-Modal Community

Huntingdon Landmarks, Inc. fully supports the creation of bicycle routes through Huntingdon Borough, and has agreed in principle to work with private landowners and the Borough to make necessary improvements to their properties to accommodate wider on-street rights of way for bike lanes, or off-street bikeways where appropriate based on engineering studies. 481 more words

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Guest post on BikePortland: A six-point plan to make Portland a better place to grow up

For some light Friday afternoon reading, I suggest you head on over to BikePortland and read my guest post on how to make Portland a better place for walking and bicycling for kids (and people of all ages).

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