2014-15 Riverside County Strategy

Riverside County: Develop working relationship between key agencies in the county to increase active transportation funding, inter-agency communication, and community collaboration.

  • Propose a nexus study to allocate TUMF fees for active transportation at WRCOG and CVAG.

  • Develop relationships between Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC), West Riverside Council of Governments (WRCOG), Coachella Valley Association of Governments (CVAG) and the Riverside Department of Public Health.

    • Aid in the incorporation of public health metrics and policies to encourage active transportation in RCTC, WRCOG and CVAG policies.

    • Build on the extensive Safe Routes to School programs currently underway in Riverside County to highlight successes and to expand these programs.

  • Continue supporting the Riverside County Health Coalition’s campaign to pass Healthy Eating and Active Living resolutions in cities with active transportation and Safe Routes to School policies.

  • Support and provide technical assistance to advocates and community organizations in the development and launch of a rural active transportation coalition in the Coachella Valley.

HEAL Zone: Eastside Riverside County – Longfellow Elementary and Emerson Elementary

 

 

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