A package of comprehensive, easy-to-read, award-winning livability resources, the 11 fact sheets can be used by community leaders, policy makers, citizen activists and others to learn about and explain what makes a city, town or neighborhood a great place for people of all ages.
After all, a street that's made safer for an older adult to walk across is safer for a person walking to work, a parent pushing a stroller, a child riding a bicycle to school.
Each fact sheet is a four-page PDF document that can be read online or downloaded and printed. We encourage sharing, so please forward the fact sheet URLs or PDFs (individually, below, or as a collection, at right) to colleagues and friends, and use the fact sheets for discussions and research.
- AARP Livabilty Fact Sheets: The Complete Collection (English)
- AARP Folletos Informativos sobre Habitabilidad: La recopilación completa (Español)
Or click on the images or titles below for individual fact sheets:
(This page can be reached directly via the URL aarp.org/livability-factsheets.)
Measures used to slow motor-vehicle traffic, often without reducing overall daily traffic volumes, increase safety and create a balanced urban environment for all users, including pedestrians and bicyclists. (English | Español)