The story of my leadership of the National Complete Streets Coalition was written up in the League of American Bicyclists' series on women leaders in bicycling.
I was interviewed by Tom Vanderbilt for his Slate series on walkability.
The NY/NJ Met Section of the Institute of Transportation Engineers honored me with their 2011 Transportation Advancement Award, given to a non-engineer for "contributions in advancing transportation through outstanding leadership."
New in Environmental Practice (volume 13, issue 01, pp. 63-64):
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The Regional Response to Federal Funding for Bicycle and Pedestrian Projects
Metropolitan areas vary widely in how much they use federal transportation funding to create bicycle and pedestrian facilities. This study assesses federal spending and uses case studies to identify factors that influence effective spending of federal funds on bicycling and walking infrastructure. For the original study published by UCDavis, click here.
Complete Streets: Best Policy and Implementation Practices
Based on 30 case studies, this is the definitive guide to effective implementation of Complete Streets policies. Offered by APA's Planners Advisory Service.
A report from AARP that includes an assessment of every Complete Streets policy adopted through 2008.
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Just for fun: View a short slide show, Cambodian Rules of the Road, from my bicycle trip through Cambodia!
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