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AARP Livable Communities
Using these downloadable resources, a resident, group or community leader can survey and report on the safety and walkability of a street, intersection or neighborhood.
The AARP Walk Audit Worksheets are easy to print from home, easy to complete, and easy to use by anyone who want to make their community more livable and pedestrian-friendly for people of all ages.
Welcome to the 20-Minute Village (2017)
Making Communities More Livable for People With Vision or Hearing Impairments (2016)
Old and New Challenges for People With Vision or Hearing Impairments (2016)
Living a Car-Free Life (2016)
Why Older Adults Should Give Up Their Cars (2016)
How to Go Car-Free (or Car-Lite) (2016)
Vision Zero Looks to Make Streets Safer (2015)
11 Vision Zero Solutions (2015)
11 Ways Public Transit, Bicycling and Walking are Leading Us to a Brighter Future (2015)
13 Smart Solutions for a More Walkable America (2014)
Jeff Speck: Why Walkable Communities Are the Best Communities for Older Adults (2018)
Gil Penalosa, founder of 8 80 Cities: Keynote Address (2016)
Leah Shahum: 5 Questions About Vision Zero (2016)
Why Walking is Going Places (2015)
U.S. Surgeon General Rx: More Walking, More Walkable Places (2015)
How to Get a Pedestrian Island Installed (2018)
How to Organize a Ciclovia or Open Streets Event (2015)
How to Get a Traffic Light Installed (2014)
Dangerous By Design v. Safer By Design (2021)
Dangerous by Design Report (2019)
Dangerous By Design Report (2016)
Bicycling and Walking in the United States: Benchmark Report (2014)
Livability Fact Sheet: Sidewalks (2014)
Dangerous by Design Report (2014)
Slideshow: Dangerously Incomplete Streets (2014)
Cities that Work for All Ages with Gil Penalosa (2021)
Creating Colorful Crosswalks in Charleston, S.C. (2018)
Safer Sidewalks for Walking in Memphis (2018)
Improving Safety on a Residential Roadway (2017)
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