• 2000: PedNet Coalition founded on Earth Day
  • 2002: First Bike, Walk and Wheel Week held in Columbia with 750 participants
  • 2003: PedNet’s first Walking School Bus pilot program began
  • 2004: Successfully advocated for a Complete Streets policy in Columbia to ensure safe access for all travel modes on all new streets – the first Complete Streets policy passed in the state of Missouri, and one of the first in the country
  • 2005: Helped pass a $3.5 million sales tax for sidewalks around schools
  • 2006: Hired as a 4-year sub-contractor to the City of Columbia’s GetAbout Columbia program through their $28 million federal Non-Motorized Transportation Pilot Program grant
  • 2009: Bike, Walk and Wheel Week held in Columbia with over 5,400 participants
  • 2010: Offered first Lose the Training Wheels program for children with disabilities
  • 2011: Established the Columbians for Modern, Efficient Transit (CoMET) campaign goal of expanded and improved public transit services
  • 2013: PedNet’s first Walking Bus Stop summer pilot program began