Pedestrian Mobility and Safety — Audit Guide – ite.org/PedAudits
This guide, written by AARP and the Institute of Transportation Engineers, explains the numerous issues related to pedestrian safety and mobility. It includes photos of what to look for and findings from surveys in four cities.
Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center – walkinginfo.org
Information includes walking basics, solutions and resources.
Walk Wise, Drive Smart – walk-wise.org
Learn from the experience of Hendersonville, NC, which is building community support to create pedestrian-friendly environments for older adults.
Step Up to Better Health – aarp.stepuptobetterhealth.com
This AARP program offers a fun and easy way to fit walking into your daily routine.
Get Fit on Route 66 – aarp.getfitonroute66.com
Convert your physical activity minutes to miles as you take a virtual journey down this legendary highway.
Staying Motivated – aarp.org/health/fitness
Many articles about walking to help you stay the course and keep walking.
The Getting Around Guide – www.aarp.org/howtogetaround
This AARP guide can help you take advantage of fun, healthy, and economic ways for getting around your community, including walking, biking, and taking public transportation.
Model Design Manual for Living Streets – www.modelstreetdesignmanual.com/
The Model Street Design Manual was created by national experts in living streets concepts. The manual aims to have balanced street design that ensures safe and comfortable travel for pedestrians, cyclists, and transit users while also accommodating cars. The manual includes ways to make streets beautiful, environmentally sustainable, and lively.