Active Living Resource Center

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Active Living Resource Center

Description

The Active Living Resource Center (ALRC) is a project of the National Center for Bicycling & Walking that provides technical assistance to public health practitioners and community advocates interested in making their community a more physically active place by making it more bicycle and pedestrian friendly.

The ALRC Web site provides resources used by others to make positive changes in their communities. Materials available include brochures, how-to documents, and other resources that can help make a neighborhood and community a better place to live and work.

The site is organized into the following sections:

  • Get active
    • Your neighborhood
    • Biking & walking
    • Healthier children
    • Child education
  • Get involved
    • Active living roadmap
    • Your community
    • The Get-Started Studio
    • Safe routes to school
    • Simple projects
  • Get support
    • Build your team
    • Media involvement
  • Video library
  • Document library

Developer:

National Center for Bicycling & Walking

Funding Sources:

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

History

Original Summary: August 2010
Last Updated: 05/15/13

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