AAA School Safety Patrol has helped millions of students since the program started in 1920. Since that time, the casualty record among children ages 5 to 14 has improved significantly. Patrollers have played an important role in this achievement. Explore opportunities to become a community advisor, patroller or parent.
Bike-Walk Alliance of NH advocates for policies, laws and conditions that increase safety and accessibility for bicyclists and pedestrians. They also work to educate all road users about the responsible use of New Hampshire’s roadways, sidewalks, bike paths and rail trails. One of their goals is to become the statewide voice of bicyclists and pedestrians as well as serve as a clearinghouse for information and resources about biking and walking in the Granite State.
2 Whitney Rd., Suite 11 | Concord, NH 03301 | 603-410-5848 | email@example.com
Run, bike, hike, play and experience the Paths of Keene! The Keene area offers unique recreational opportunities to people of all ages and interest – biking, jogging, or walking. Enjoy your local journey through forests, fields and a vibrant downtown filled with shops, historic sites and restaurants. Enhance your health and well-being by navigating local trails and parks. A variety of surfaces, from pavement to gravel, offer a variety of outdoor experience. Whether you want to visit the downtown district or forested parks and active farms, take the scenic route on the Paths of Keene!
For generations past and to come, The League represents bicyclists in the movement to create safer roads, stronger communities, and a bicycle-friendly America. Through information, advocacy and promotion, The League works to celebrate and preserve the freedom cycling brings to their members everywhere.
Education has been a core focus of the League’s since the 1970’s. Virtually every state and local bicycling education program can trace its roots directly back to the League’s program. This core content is designed to reach people of all ages and abilities, improving skills, building confidence, and teaching others.
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Since its founding in 1971, the Granite State Wheelmen has become New England’s most active adult recreational bicycling club. Through the dedication of many volunteers, GSW promotes safety, education and camaraderie.
The Kiwanis Club of Keene typically hosts an annual event in May for students twelve and under which includes helmet give-aways, bike safety checks, bicycle raffles, and many other inspiring ways of connecting and supporting our young community of riders.
The National Center for Safe Routes to School believes in the importance of safe walking and biking. They provide tools for communities to get started and offer the most up-to-date information available, working to make their vision a reality.
The National Center for Safe Routes to School has seen how events, such as Walk/Bike to School Day, can bring elected officials and community members together, improving safety for all while creating the momentum needed for lasting change. The Center works to create walkable and bikeable places, enhancing an entire community’s quality of life. Their research-based evidence informs educational materials and professional development tools and training, providing communities with technical support needed to make community-enhancing decisions.
Since its inception in 1999, the Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center has been improving the quality of life in communities, encouraging safe walking and bicycling as a viable means of transportation and physical activity. To support this mission, the PBIC:
Develops, synthesizes, promotes and distributes accurate and current bicycling and walking information.
Provides expert technical assistance to various audiences to ensure that citizens and professionals have access to the best available information.
Generates a network of informed individuals and organizations who can increase the exposure of ped/bike issues to the general public.
Manages several websites, produces a variety of reports, guides and case studies, and offers training and technical assistance.
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