5 Different Stories from Groups Who Used TIMS

What do the Solano Transportation Authority, the Elk Grove Unified School District, the California Highway Patrol Motorcycle Safety Program, the Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition and California Walks have in common? Anyone who guessed that they all used SafeTREC's TIMS collision mapping tool, would be correct.

"6 Secrets" for Achieving Connected Bikeways

The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition's "Connecting the City" project's "six secrets" to success in building support for a network of "complete" bikeways,  

Nonmotorized Transportation Pilot Program May 2014 Evaluation and Update

Marin County is one of the four locales where pilots took place. The report includes details about Marin's experiences.

Positive Messages about Sharing the Path

This image from the Atlanta Beltline (#beltlineCharm) shows some humorous approaches to the issue of promoting courteous and safe behavior on multi-use paths. It was taken from the presentation made at PedsCount! 2014 describing programs in Davis and San Jose.

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