Provided by the Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordination Agncy (NOACA), Street Supplies is a library of supplies for temporary street installations for bicycle, pedestrian and transit improvements. The library includes a range of materials such as paint, bike racks and planters.
Cycle Atlanta is a smart phone app that collects and reports information to inform decisions on bicycle programs in Atlanta Georgia
As heat waves become increasingly more common, this toolkit helps cites and towns prepare for, and respond to, deadly heat waves.
Popup sidewalk dining allows temporary restaurant space on sidewalks, in on-street parking spaces or in the street.
Community Health dashboards depict various measures and trends related to residents' health, education & welfare.
Health impact assessments (HIA) bring together scientific data, health expertise and public input to identify potential health effects of proposed new laws, regulations, policies, projects and programs.
Healthy corner store initiatives aim to expand healthy eating options to corner stores and sidewalk stalls in areas with little or no access to fruits, vegetables and other healthy foods. Healthy corner store initiatives aim to expand healthy eating options to corner stores and sidewalk stalls in areas with little or no access to fruits, vegetables and other healthy foods.
Backyard chicken keeping is a growing practice among city and suburb dwellers seeking fresh foods and pets.
"Mow to Own" programs enlist local residents who wish to acquire vacant, typically city-owned lots to care for lots in exchange for eventual ownership of the lot. These programs typically most effective in cities with a considerable number of vacant lots and low demand.
Sunscreen dispensers can help prevent risks of skin cancer/melanoma particularly in open, sunny areas like parks, near waterfronts and during street festivals.
Farm to School programs establish programs to connect schools and local farmers
Local food policy councils bring together various sectors to improve local production, processing, distribution and education for better diets and economic development.
Anti-theft programs reduce crime and resources needed to track and recover bicycles.
Exchange zones are safe areas for people buying goods from unknown sellers online.
Vision Zero programs seek to eliminate automobile-related pedestrian injury & fatalities through comprehensive infrastructure, communications and enforcement activities.
Bike share programs work best when docking stations are located in areas of high demand for both origin & destination trips. Siting also includes considerations for the immediate environment to ensure ease of access, comfort & safety,