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Investing in Health, Safety, and Mobility: A Report on State Funding for Walking, Bicycling, and Safe Routes to School - Promotional Toolkit

This promotional toolkit can be used to dissimenate the report, Investing in Health, Safety, and Mobility: A Report on State Funding for Walking, Bicycling, and Safe Routes to School.

Newsletter:

Active transportation offers incredible benefits to states, communities, and people – from improved health through physical activity to boosting quality of life by reducing time wasted sitting in traffic to stimulating local economies. By providing long-term, dedicated funds for walking and bicycling, states can make meaningful investments in their residents and communities. Safe Routes Partnership’s report, “Investing in Health, Safety, and Mobility: A Report on State Funding for Walking, Bicycling, and Safe Routes to School,” provides background, initial data, and promising examples of state funding opportunities to support walking, bicycling, and Safe Routes to School. Read the report: https://bit.ly/3xs7Whk

Social Media:

TWITTER:

  • @SafeRoutesNow’s report, “Investing in Health, Safety, and Mobility: A Report on State Funding for Walking, Bicycling, and Safe Routes to School,” helps paint a picture of how each state dedicates funding for walking, bicycling, and Safe Routes to School. https://bit.ly/3xs7Whk
  • There simply is not, and has not been, enough funding to build safe, accessible, and connected networks of streets, sidewalks, and trails for people walking and bicycling. Explore the facts in our report https://bit.ly/3xs7Whk
  • How do states generate revenue to pay for investments in walking, bicycling, and Safe Routes to School? A new report by @SafeRoutesNow has the answers: https://bit.ly/3xs7Whk
  • Did you know that 11 states prioritize funding for walking, bicycling, and Safe Routes to School in places and communities with low-income and low connectivity? Learn how they do it: https://bit.ly/3xs7Whk
  • There are ten states with dedicated state funding for Safe Routes to School. Is your state one of them? https://bit.ly/3xs7Whk

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  • @SafeRoutesPartnership’s report, “Investing in Health, Safety, and Mobility: A Report on State Funding for Walking, Bicycling, and Safe Routes to School,” helps paint a picture of how each state dedicates funding for walking, bicycling, and Safe Routes to School. https://bit.ly/3xs7Whk
  • There simply is not, and has not been, enough funding to build safe, accessible, and connected networks of streets, sidewalks, and trails for people walking and bicycling. Explore the facts in our report https://bit.ly/3xs7Whk
  • How do states generate revenue to pay for investments in walking, bicycling, and Safe Routes to School? A new report by @SafeRoutesPartnership has the answers: https://bit.ly/3xs7Whk
  • Did you know that 11 states prioritize funding for walking, bicycling, and Safe Routes to School in places and communities with low-income and low connectivity? Learn how they do it: https://bit.ly/3xs7Whk
  • There are ten states with dedicated state funding for Safe Routes to School. Is your state one of them? https://bit.ly/3xs7Whk

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 The need is clear. We need more money for walking, bicycling, and Safe Routes to School, and that money needs to be more flexible, accessible, and equitable than existing federal funds. Explore the facts in @SafeRoutesNow’s report: https://bit.ly/3xs7Whk
 

New report by @SafeRoutesNow offers a snapshot of state spending on active transportation – states are putting up serious money for walking and biking, but there’s room for improvement. Learn more https://bit.ly/3xs7Whk

 States spend almost 500x on highways than they do on walking, bicycling, and Safe Routes to School. State funding for active transportation matters! Learn the ways states can appropriate and dedicate funds for walking, bicycling, and Safe Routes to School https://bit.ly/3xs7Whk
 Have you ever wondered how much your state spends on walking, bicycling, and Safe Routes to School? This report by @SafeRoutesNow has a state-by-state breakdown https://bit.ly/3xs7Whk