Author Archive: Abby
After nearly one year of public meetings, persistence, and a lot of hard work, a […]
Pineville and Anderson are the two latest Missouri communities to adopt a Livable Streets ordinance and policy, respectively. Through funding from Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, PedNet provided technical assistance to these two communities.
Join us for a free webinar as Robert Johnson, Director of consulting discusses sustainability and reach in terms of grant success.
PedNet Consulting is providing training and technical assistance to communities across the state of Missouri on how to write, pass, and implement Livable Streets Policies. Register today.
On July 12th and 13th, PedNet hosted their annual summer coordinator training for Missouri Foundation for Health’s (MFH) initiative, Healthy Schools, Healthy Communities (HSHC). The training, hosted in Salem, MO, brought all grantees together to share their efforts and learn from each other, as well as leaders in the field.
Seven school districts in Kansas recently passed district-wide Safe Routes to School (SRTS) policies. Through […]
Mark your calendar for April and May; Earth Day, 30 Days of Biking, and many events during Bike, Walk, and Wheel Week.
2014 was a big year for us and active transportation. To see more highlights from the past year, view the 2014 Annual Report.
Advocacy Win: Phase II County House Branch and Options 1 & 3 for the Grindstone to Stephens Link Trail
In case you haven’t heard the good news: On Monday March 16th City Council voted to build Phase II of County House Branch and Options 1 & 3 for the Grindstone to Stephens.
This month’s Business Spotlight is Main Squeeze, a local cafe in The District.