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May 9, 2022

"I have the data, now what?" A closer look at data collection, collaboration, and planning between community and governmental agencies

May 6, 2022

May 3, 2022

Poster that reads "League of American Bicyclists presents Bike Month 2022." Depicted are people of all ages biking across it.

Photo credit: League of American Bicyclists/bikeleague.org

April 21, 2022

The latest addition to CATSIP is our updated and refreshed Complete Streets page with new resources and Policy Inventory, which now features California policies at the city, regional, and statewide level, as well as links to federal Complete Streets policies.

April 20, 2022

New Safety Stories highlight how communities are prioritizing active transportation safety

April 18, 2022

Accessing crash data plays an important role in assessing the safety needs and concerns for people walking and biking in our communities. To support those working to advance pedestrian and bicycle safety, we have recently updated our Pedestrian & Bicycle Crash Data by County webpage with the latest crash data, including county-specific pedestrian and bicycle crash data from 2017 - 2021 (SWITRS 2017 - 2021/Provisional 2020 - 2021 update as of March, 2022). 

April 12, 2022

April 1, 2022

Today is Walk to Work Day 2022! Each year in April, this day is an opportunity to celebrate the many benefits of having safe and convenient spaces to walk for all ages and abilities. Having a walkable community benefits everyone, with public health promoting benefits like improved fitness, reduced health risks, and a greater sense of community.

March 23, 2022

Caltrans and the California Transportation Commission (CTC) have now opened the Active Transportation Program (ATP) Cycle 6 Call-For-Projects. The 2023 ATP Cycle 6 is expected to include roughly $650M in funding from Federal, State SB1, and State Highway Account (SHA) funding. Project applications are due by June 15, 2022.

March 18, 2022

March 14, 2022

March 8, 2022

Accessing crash data plays an important role in assessing the safety needs and concerns for people walking and biking in our communities. To support those working to advance pedestrian and bicycle safety, we have recently updated our County Data: Pedestrian & Bike Collisions webpage with the latest crash data, including county-specific pedestrian and bicycle collision data from 2016 - 2020 (SWITRS 2016 - 2020/Provisional 2019 - 2020 update as of January, 2022). 

February 28, 2022

As part of their 2020-2024 California Strategic Highway Safety Plan (SHSP), Caltrans recently launched the California SHSP Crash Data Dashboard. The new dashboard provides SHSP stakeholders such as state, tribal, local and community-based traffic safety partners with direct access to crash data to help them create data-driven plans and strategies for reducing traffic fatalities and serious injuries.

February 25, 2022

Explore our selection of upcoming funding opportunities for advancing safe, active travel in California! 

Streets for Kids Leadership Accelerator Streets for Kids Leadership Accelerator

February 9, 2022

January 26, 2022

The newest addition to CATSIP is our updated and refreshed Guides and Toolkits page, which now features resources by one of three topic areas: Bike and Pedestrian Projects, Outreach and Engagement, and Safe Routes to School. These guides and toolkits come from both agencies and community organizations and were developed to promote safe walking and biking facilities. You can find the updated Guides and Toolkits page under our “Resources” tab.

January 14, 2022

Learn about the latest legislation around active transportation safety

With the new year, California has three new transportation bills signed by the Governor that will reimagine our streets and the safety of our most vulnerable road users. Below, you will find more information on each bill and what it means for cities across the state. 

January 11, 2022

January 6, 2022

December 23, 2021

The newest addition to CATSIP is our Safe System Approach to Road Safety resource page which features background on the approach, its principles, elements, and resources both within the United States and internationally. You can find our new Safe System page under our “Resources” tab.