“Any community can do this,” said Southern Boone Learning Garden Jennifer Grabner. Grabner recently spoke to KBIA during a Livable Streets meeting in Ashland, Mo. The goal of the meeting was to listen to the ideas of community advocates and civic leaders on where to improve non-motor transportation through a Livable Streets approach. More communities in Missouri are examining Livable Streets approaches in order to improve health, increase transportation options and enhance community safety. Read more from KBIA.
Missouri Livable Streets is excited to announce partnerships with seven Missouri communities to train and support stakeholders in the planning, design, and advocacy for safer, more accessible transportation systems. The new partnerships include leaders and their organizations from: Ashland Bowling Green Chillicothe McDonald County Perry Potosi Windsor Each new partner is eligible to receive a tailored training package designed to raise awareness and build support for Livable Streets in its community. Trainings include technical assistance and educational outreach for community members, traffic and law enforcement Continue reading →