Provides steps to evaluate complete streets projects and discusses useful measures for complete streets goals such as access, economy, environment, equity, place, public health, and safety.2015
"Checklists provide a way to easily record safety problems along walking and bicycling routes to school. They can also be used to share information with school and community leaders and media."2016
Research on Behavioral Economics-Based Promotion of Healthy Food Choice in a Retail Setting: Can Results Inform SNAP-Ed Practice?
Research Brief. Introduction: Emerging research suggests that behavioral economics-based strategies to promote purchase of healthy foods may be effective approaches to improving diets and health.2017
The National Bicycle and Pedestrian Documentation Project includes count and survey forms and training programs.2009 $0.00
Part of the SNAP-Ed Strategies & Interventions Toolkit.* View retail food sampling guidelines, and sales data collection strategies.2014