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With cities everywhere focused squarely on equity issues right now, it is a hopeful time for those in St. Louis who’ve been advocating for, funding, and buildi…
Useful list of funding sources to access resources to plan, build, and program parks and other communities assets.
People over age 65 in the U.S. remain highly underserved in regards to parks. This report draws from different sources to understand how parks can be best desi…
This free walking program promotes healthy lifestyles and increases the use of local parks. Active Parks case study platform sponsored by REI.
Fairmount Park uses park infrastructure to serve multiple functions; offering green space, delivering clean water, improving the city’s air, providing transpor…
Shelby Farms Park is one of the largest urban parks in the U.S. and features open pastures, forested areas, an international award-winning playground, equestri…
These parks fulfill a vital role in managing stormwater and making Nashville safer and more resilient.
A small investment in the Lafitte Greenway created a means of transportation for local residents, catalyzed development in the area, and increased environmenta…
Lauded as one of the most innovative urban reclamation projects in modern history, New York’s High Line has effectively paved the way for using public parks to…
Draft Resolution Supporting Efforts to Connect Anchorage Through Parks, Trails, and Non-Motorized Transportation
Draft resolution to connect Anchorage and request Congress to increase funds in the 2020 Federal reauthorization.
The transportation-focused video of the five-part series documenting the multi-functional benefits of urban parks.
Buffalo Bayou Park links a network of trails, open space, public art, and other amenities while helping the city manage stormwater runoff.
Once an industrial dumping ground, Confluence Park is now the premier outdoor recreation destination and educational resource for the city of Denver.
Chicago’s 606 is the world’s first raised, multi-use trail and is a prime example of multi-use infrastructure.
Where commercial piers once occupied Brooklyn’s East River shoreline, residents and tourists now enjoy a world-class waterfront park.
As a destination for tourists, a gathering space for residents, and an economic driver, the greenway has reconnected the city with its waterfront.
The BeltLine has become a critical piece of infrastructure, connecting Atlantans with each other and the surrounding greenspace and managing stormwater.
This webinar explores creative models and programs that engage teen girls and seniors in physical activity in their parks and community spaces.
Explore stories of parks whose infrastructure plays a vital role in their cities' social, economic, and well-being.
A five-part video series documenting the role of parks as urban infrastructure.