Local and State Advocacy
See which Community Designated Projects are in your state and if your member of Congress supported them.
How does one slow down roads? In most cases, that’s up to the states. Learn the two biggest barriers to local governments setting safer speed limits.
In a win for advancing racial justice, improvements to the Section 1906 grant program allow more states to use the funding to develop programs to reduce racial profiling.
Seattle Neighborhood Greenways Coalition shares how they have made impressive progress in slowing their streets, not only through “20 is Plenty” speed limits but in redesigning streets as well.
Please sign our Safe Streets for All petition and together, we’ll take action to save lives by designing and signing our roads for slower driving speeds.
On Sunday, November 20th, we will honor the lives lost and impacted by road crashes during the World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims.
The Equity in Infrastructure Project (EIP) and its pledge promise to remove barriers to building infrastructure for small and disadvantaged businesses.
US DOT is now accepting applications for its Thriving Communities Program (TCP) through December 6, 2022.
The League has chosen 11 organizations to each receive $1,500 towards their goal of building thriving BFCs.
Last month we published fact sheets for every state and the 76 cities included in the League’s Benchmarking Project for large cities. Here are our favorite things.