2005 Centerlines Articles

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CenterLines Issue #139 December 30, 2005
* NCBW's Annual Glance Back/Gaze Forward
* 4-H Obesity Education Grant Proposals Due Soon
* Announcing: Call For PWPB 2006 Presentation Proposals
* Sarah Strunk: New Nat'l ALBD Program Director
* General Mills Champions for Healthy Kids Grants

CenterLines Issue #138 December 16, 2005
* CenterLines Readers Weigh In On Pro Walk/Pro Bike 2006
* Des Moines To Host 2006 Iowa Bicycle Summit
* Invasion of the (i)Pod People Hits CenterLines
* Pro Bike/Pro Walk Florida 2006 is Coming!
* Bicycle Colorado Makes Progress Against Event Ban

CenterLines Issue #137 December 2, 2005
* Last Chance For Pro Walk/Pro Bike Program Input
* Next Steps on "Complete Streets" Agenda
* NCBW Leads Three Day ‘Walkability’ Training in San Jose (CA)
* Guiding Principles for Safe Routes to School (SR2S)
* NYBC Receives "Outstanding" AAA Traffic Safety Award!
* New Study of Walking to Transit & Physical Activity
* Study: 56% of Americans Rate Walking Routes Important
* CDC Prevention Communication Research Database
* Active Living Network Survey

CenterLines Issue #136 November 18, 2005
* Walkable Community Workshops Deliver The Goods
* Say What?
* Leadership Training Opportunity for Advocacy Groups!
* ProWalk/ProBike 2006: Share Your Ideas Now
* Saris Event Boosts Bicycling in Wisconsin
* Nickelodeon Program Encourages Healthy Play
* CA, CT, CO, FL Cities Win EPA Smart Growth Awards
* CNU Announces 2006 Charter "Placemaking" Award Program

CenterLines Issue #135 November 4, 2005
* NCBW Staffers Training Coordinators in San Jose (CA)
* Safe Routes to School National Partnership Launches
* FHWA Posts State Safe Routes Coordinator Q&A
* Ohio's Ed Honton Dies After Long Fight with Leukemia
* VTPI's TDM Encyclopedia Gets Streetscape Chapter
* ALRC Experts Directory Off and Running
* Gas Prices: the Tipping Point Toward Better Development?

CenterLines Issue #134 October 21, 2005
* NCBW, RBA Group Work with NJDOT on Safe Routes Pgm.
* Good Ideas Flowing for ProWalk/ProBike 2006 Conference
* FHWA Launches Safe Routes to School Website
* ALRC Implements Experts Directory
* Bicycle Transportation Alliance Publishes Blueprint
* EPA Announces Best Commuter Workplaces
* UK Government Funds 6 "Cycling Demonstration Towns"
* NCBW Relaunches PW/PB '04 Conference Proceedings Website

CenterLines Issue #133 October 7, 2005
* NCBW's Wilkinson Meets with New FHWA Safe Routes Chief
* In Other Safe Routes News...
* Taking the WCWs to Canada -- a Model for Phase II
* WCW series vists Lewiston/Auburn, Maine
* ProWalk/ProBike 2006: Join Us in Madison, Wisconsin!
* Active Living Network Announces Storybank Launch
* Safe Kids Worldwide Releases Child Ped. Danger Study
* Sneak Peak: NCBW Introduces A New Logo

CenterLines Issue #132 September 23, 2005
* Walk/Bike to School Day: Oct. 5, Week: Oct. 3-7
* Safe Routes to School: So Many Questions
* Canada's Go for Green Offers Walk To School Awards
* Mass. Bike Cheers 250 New Mbta Bike/Bus Racks

CenterLines Issue #131 September 9, 2005
* International Walk to School Day
* As Gas Prices Rise, Pima Co. (AZ) Promotes Cycling
* Active Living Resource Center Introduces Get Started Studio

CenterLines Issue #130 August 26, 2005
* Editorial: The New Safe Routes to School Program
* NCBW Offers Built-Environment Training for Pub. Health Advocates
* Boston (MA) Hosts State Bike/Ped Conference Oct. 19
* Access Board Releases Report on Wheeled Mobility Aids
* ICMA Releases Healthy Community Code Reform Guide

CenterLines Issue #129 August 12, 2005
* Schools, Health Agencies Big Winners in Trans. Bill
* Bikes Belong Funds Safe Routes to School Partnership
* Pediatrics Publishes CDC Verb Campaign Results
* Walkable Community Workshops Serve Many MPO Needs
* Cycling Australia Announces Amy Gillett-Safe Cycling Fdn
* TRB Seeks Banks Award Nominees
* Oct 5-8 Connecting Cycling Conference: Brisbane, Oz

CenterLines Issue #128 July 29, 2005
* Congress Finally Acts to Pass Transportation Re-Authorization!
* NCBW Introduces Workshop Resource Disk
* Interior Conferees Fund LWCF State Assistance at $30M
* Los Alamos (NM) Co. Council Adopts Bike System Plan
* If You're Car-Free, This Reporter Would Like To Talk To You
* Seattle (WA) Burke-Gilman Trail Continues to Grow
* Paved Road Biking Attracted 79M Americans in 2004
* Missoula (MT) Health Board Wants Say in Transportation

CenterLines Issue # 127 July 15, 2005
* Final Federal Trans. Bill Just Days Away!
* NCBW Concludes Busiest Workshop Season Ever
* Delightful Places Survey Runs Through July 22
* Thunderhead Offers Training re: New Bike/Ped $$
* FHWA's Rec. Trails Pgm. Debuts Revised Website

CenterLines Issue #126 July 1, 2005
* NCBW Launches First Delightful Places Survey
* The Latest On The Federal Transportation Bill
* New York City's T.A. Seeks Speed Restriction Info
* Grand Teton Trans Plan Needs Your Comments
* U.S. Access Board Unveils New Web Site
* Canada's Commuter Challenge Results Are In!
* New Jersey Web Site Features Bike/Walk Info
* Ohio-Kentucky-Indiana Cog Ok's Biz Use Of Bikes
* NCBW Announces SR2"T" Program To Confusion Of All

CenterLines Issue #125 June 17, 2005
* US Conference of Mayors Adopts "Complete Streets"
* Ontario Health Unit Hosts Walkable Community Workshops
* Kate Kraft to Leave Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
* NCBW Releases Applications for WCW Round 5
* STPP Releases "Driven to Spend" Study
* 2005 Recreational Trails Achievement Awards
* Parking Expert Don Shoup a Bike Commuter
* NCBW Staffer Discovers Secret Stash of IPA Guides

CenterLines Issue #124 June 3, 2005
* Active Living Resource Center Launches Website
* Gihon Jordan Retires from Philly Engineering Dept.
* Chicago (IL) to Host APBP Fall Seminar, Course
* Toronto (ON) Installs 15,000th "Bike Post" Rack
* 2006 TRB Annual Meeting Call for Papers!
* Nominations for 2005 Prevention Awards
* Active Living Research Conference 2006
* "Smart Metropolitan Neighborhoods" Web-Cast

CenterLines Issue #123 May 20, 2005
* Senate Passes SAFETEA, Takes Big "Complete Streets" Step
* Advocacy Fund Honors LMB's Lucinda Means
* Attn. Community Children/Youth Project Managers
* Bill Wilkinson and NCBW Receive Maryland Award
* Coming: Guinness World Record Unicycle Attempt
* Iowa Bike Maps are Now Available
* Atlanta Bicycle Campaign Celebrates Bike Month
* U.S. Dept of Energy Internal Memo

CenterLines Issue #122 May 6, 2005
* Lucinda Means, League Of Mich. Bicyclists E.D., Dead At 49
* Walkable Community Workshop Coordinator Training
* Hey, It's National Bike Month(Tm)!!
* What's Up In National Transportation Legislation?
* Got Training? Let the NTTP Know All About It!
* Washington St. Authorizes Red Light & Speed Cameras
* TRB Wants Comments On Safety White Papers by May 20
* International Ride of Silence: 7:00pm, May 18Th
* Sportworks Announces Bike and Transit Challenge

CenterLines Issue #121 April 22, 2005
* Sen. Harkin Pushes for Safe, Complete Streets
* The Consequential Value of Getting Together
* New York City: Bicyclists Gather to Support Budnick
* St Louis Officials Cut Ribbon on 20-Mi Bike Routes
* Guidelines: Analysis of Bicycle Facilities Investments
* Institute of Transportation Engineers and Sr2S
* WCWs to visit Medford, OR and Fayetteville, NC

CenterLines Issue #120 April 8, 2005
* Bicycle Commuter Act Makes a Comeback
* Active Living Focus of Nat'l Landscape Arch. Month
* Florida Realtors Call for "ENVY" Award Entries
* Seattle/King Co. (WA) Walk For Public Health Week
* Oregon's BTA Offers Walk+Bike to School Day Training
* Univ. of Wisconsin Re-Opens Bike Annex

CenterLines Issue #119 March 25, 2005
* U.S. Transportation Bill Update
* U.S. Transportation Bill Update Part 2: Wal Mart’s allocation
* Thunderhead Sets Complete Streets Policy Goal
* NCBW Publishes New Bruce Appleyard Article
* Active Living Research in Am. Journal of Prev. Med.
* America Walks News, Website, Conference
* Sen. Kerry Gets Award at Nat'l Bike Summit
* Yes, NCBW Will Customize Workshops
* Illinois Group Unveils Complete Streets Website
* "Move Missoula" Pgm Focuses on Elevators
* NHTSA's Runge Backs "Automatic Speed Enforcement"

CenterLines Issue #118 March 11, 2005
* House Approves TEA-LU
* NCBW's Fall Walkable Community Workshop Series
* Activists: Want Walkable Community Workshops?
* NRPA Fights Federal Cuts in LWCF State Grants
* Iowa Bicycle Summit Coming April 9th
* Safe Routes Work Provides Focus for PhD Student
* What's Happening at Velo-City 2005 (Dublin, IR)???

CenterLines Issue #117 February 25, 2005
* Pro-Bike/Pro-Walk Florida Coming April 6-8, 2005
* Transportation Law Reauthorization News?
* NCBW Invites Applications for Fall WCW Series
* Cycle History Conference Coming to Davis (CA)
* 2005 Project ACES Event Coming May 4th
* Australian Bike/Ped Interaction Study Underway
* Calif. Safe Routes Program Good for Kids' Health

CenterLines Issue #116 February 11, 2005
* CalTrans Director Reaffirms Commitment to Bikes, Peds
* CenterLines Survey Response Buries NCBW Staffers
* US Trans. Secretary Mineta to Address LAB Bike Summit
* Dan Burden Joins Glatting-Jackson Firm
* Safe Routes to School Boulder (CO) Kickoff
* Philly Hosts "Round*Up USA" Expo June 3-5, 2005
* Critical Mass: Just Say 'No!' to Chicago Car Show
* Speaking of Chicago, Inquiring Minds Want to Know...
* Drivers -- Esp. Young -- Zone Out on Phone

CenterLines Issue #115 January 28, 2005
* NCBW to Offer Fall '05 Walkable Community Workshops
* Bakersfield (CA) Hosts NCBW Walkable Community Workshops
* Walk/Bike California 2005 Call for Presentations
* Where Did Our New Transportation Legislation Go?
* Scout Never Had a Chance

CenterLines Issue #114 January 14, 2005
* ProWalk/ProBike 2004 Presentations Posted to Web
* Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting
* "Complete the Streets" Workshop a Winner
* A 2004 Success Story from Springfield (MO)
* A Few "SummerActive 2004" Success Stories
* Jeff Speck's 10 City Design Resolutions