News & Events
Utah's 1st Open Streets Event
Come participate in making Salt Lake more livable by replacing car traffic with pedestrian traffic on May 4th.
Read more at www.bikeslc.com/OpenStreets/OpenStreets.html
Video From Local Students Highlights Importance of Planning for Active Transportation
Students from Brigham Young University show how planning for street bicycle lanes can make living a physically active life easier and safer. An example of planning our environmnets to support physical activity includes cities implementing their own bicycle and pedestrian master plans. Students from Brigham Young University demonstrate in this short video how planning for street bicycle lanes can make living a physically active life easier and safer.
Learn how communities are working together to create healthy environments in our Latest Newsletter
*Special offer from the Utah Marathon for all Utah State Employees (read more)
Childhood Overweight in Utah Report 2012
According to Childhood Overweight in Utah report, From January to May 2012, 4,477 first, third, and fifth grade students from 69 randomly selected public elementary schools throughout the state were weighed and measured to assess the extent of childhood overweight and obesity in Utah.
Utah's 10 Year Nutrition and Physical Activity Plan
Improve policies and environments that will help make the healthy choice the easy choice in Utah.
Our Latest, 3rd Quarter Newsletter
Our latest newsletter is out to the partners and is open for anyone. It's short but still packed with information.
TOP Star---Targeting Obesity in Preschool and Child Care Settings
A place to help children make healthy choices from an early age.
Make Active Transportation a Priority in Utah
The Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan Design Guide helps communities increase active transportation.