Model Policies

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New York Omnibus Health Bill

Enacts the "omnibus obesity and respiratory illness reduction act" with a number of other health clauses. For active transportation, Senate bill S.2760A provides for a state office building bicycle parking and storage facilities expansion and inventory plan and creates a temporary bicycle commuting...

Published on 05/18/18
Funding Mechanism: Bill
Topic Area: Health, Walking, Cycling, Trails, Safety, Transportation
State: New York
Tags: 2017, 2018

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Rhode Island Sugary Drinks Tax and Health Fund

Imposes a tax on sugary drinks and creates the Children's Health Promotion Fund to deposit the revenue. Funds can be used to support biking, walking, and outdoor recreation, as well as investments in safe routes to school, and eight other eligibilities. Referred to Senate committee. Read the...

Published on 05/18/18
Funding Mechanism: Bill
Topic Area: Recreation, Walking, Cycling, Taxes, Health
State: Rhode Island
Tags: 2018, Safe Routes to School

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Washington Transportation Account Changes

The bill makes changes in the formula funding of various transportation accounts and programs, makes policy changes, and also creates the bicycle and pedestrian grant account. An additional bill would be needed to add funding to the account. The House bill, H.B. 2896, has a Senate companion bill,...

Published on 05/18/18
Funding Mechanism: Bill
Topic Area: Cycling, Walking, Federal Funding, Dedicated Funding
State: Washington
Tags: 2018

Success Stories

Ohio Legislative Trails Caucus

The Ohio Legislative Trails Caucus, formed on March 29, 2017, is a bipartisan group of 30-and-counting state-elected officials committed to creating a statewide trails network to connect Ohioans. The Caucus is focused on improving existing trails and ensuring smart planning for future trail...

Published on 04/05/18
Funding Mechanism: Resolution
Topic Area: Cycling, Economic Development, Environment/Sustainability, Equity, Dedicated Funding, Health, Safety, Trails, Transportation, Walking, Recreation, Land Use
Tags: Special committee, 2017, 2018