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Focus Term: Government Agencies

FY22 Raise Grants Underscore Urgency to Invest in Safe, Connected Active Transportation Infrastructure for All Communities
August 11, 2022
The U.S. Department of Transportation’s FY22 RAISE grants accounted for the needs of bicyclists and pedestrians, demonstrating exceptional demand for trails
Noa Banayan's bike at the Capitol | Photo by Noa Banayan
Biden Administration Infrastructure Goals Demand Robust Investment in Trails, Walking and Biking
March 31, 2021
While the American Jobs Plan addresses vital issue of bicyclist and pedestrian safety, it’s time to get specific about increasing walking and biking to achieve economic, equity and climate goals, says nation’s largest active-transportation advocacy organization
National mall Lincoln memorial Washington Monument obelisk and United States Capitol Building behind the tulips
Ohio’s Year of the Trails: Three Major Trail Developments in the Buckeye State
November 14, 2018
It’s officially the Year of the Trails in Ohio, and the Buckeye State is building significant momentum on trail projects, from Cleveland to Cincinnati and beyond.
Ohio to Erie Trail | Photo by Eric Oberg, courtesy RTC
Trail Geek Terminology (A Cheat-Sheet to Satisfy Your Inner Wonk)
January 29, 2018
RTC's put together this little trail-geek cheat sheet so that we can all bone up on our trail and active-transportation policy speak.
Photo Courtesy RTC
Green Infrastructure Guide to Collaboration, Funding, and Community Engagement
June 01, 2017
This Green Infrastructure Guide encourages partnerships between park and stormwater agencies to promote green infrastructure on park lands.