Welcome to the Urban Health Solutions, LLC (UHS) and Urban Health Partnerships, Inc (UHP) website. This website will provide a platform for UHS & UHP to interface with the community and to provide resources and information to partners. Browse the site for more information about UHS & UHP, our services, and latest news and projects.
Building the Bridge between Transportation and Health Wednesday, June 3, 2015, 2-3 p.m. EDT This webinar will discuss the connection between transportation and health and give insight into the specific process one community used to fund programs and how the programs are implemented from start to finish. It will also highlight how advocacy and community …Read more →
News from the Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center May 19, 2015 Free webinar on the economic benefit of ped/bike facilities CHAPEL HILL, NC — The Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center is pleased to announce a new webinar on estimating the economic value of pedestrian and bicycle facilities. Measuring the Economic Impact of Nonmotorized Transportation Webinar …Read more →
Yesterday FHWA released planning and design guidelines for separated bike lanes (a.k.a. cycle tracks). The guidelines follow a more well-known cycle track designs witnessed in Long Beach, Austin, and New York City.
NEW FHWA WEBINAR SERIES: ADVANCING A SUSTAINABLE HIGHWAY SYSTEM The Sustainable Transport and Climate Change Team within FHWA’s Office of Natural Environment, in coordination with the FHWA Sustainability Working Group, invites you to participate in a webinar series based on Advancing a Sustainable Highway System: Highlights of FHWA Sustainability Activities. The aforementioned report illustrates how …Read more →
Although we are not in the Top 10 we have the opportunity to improve our ratings by providing bike lanes and wider shoulders, allowing cyclist to safely access major bridges and tunnels, lowering speed limits to 20 MPHs and increasing penalties for drivers who injure or kill cyclists, having leaders openly promote cycling as a …Read more →