Whether you are a kid biking to school, an older adult walking to the bus stop, or a parent pushing a stroller, well-designed streets connect communities and allow people to safely share the road with cars and trucks.
Many Americans are still unable to be physically active in their neighborhoods because of unsafe conditions. We need to continue emphasizing the need for streets that are safe and easy to use for people of all ages and abilities.
Cities, towns and states around the country have started to take action to fund more sidewalks, bike lanes, crosswalks, and other elements that make our streets safer and encourage people to be more active.
But the job doesn’t stop there.
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