You can check out our our published reports or look through several advocacy resources, below. These national groups all produce, or compile, research on bicycling’s positive impact on our health, our safety, and our economy.
Alliance for Biking & Walking | Their annual benchmarking report provides data on the growth of active transportation throughout the United States
People for Bikes | Their extensive statistics page provides links to research on bicycling’s effects upon our health, local economies, and more.
The League of American Bicyclists | The League’s campaigns offer a diverse picture of national-level bicycle advocacy and the research fueling our progress at becoming a better and safer bicycling and walking nation.
Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center | The Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center is funded by the Federal Highway Administration and housed within the UNC Highway Safety Research Center in Chapel Hill, NC.
February 24, 2017‘PennDOT Connects’ will gather input before transportation projects
January 18, 2017New Jersey Bill Aims to Strip Protections for Pedestrians
January 9, 2017Sarah Clark Stuart Talks PhlTrafficVictims on WHYY