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Outdoor Fitness Case Study Main Terrain Art Park
Case StudiesCase Study: Connecting Communities through Fitness, Public Art, and Sustainability

Main Terrain Art Park in Chattanooga, TN was created with a vision that public art with a fitness focus would connect communities and offer new experiences.

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Case StudiesCase Study: Catalyzing Trail Development through Grant Funding

The TIGER grant created a path where biking, walking, paths, and trails that connected businesses, homes, and offices together.

Douglas Road Case Study Gandee Brothers
Case StudiesCase Study: Douglas Road Elementary School

The Gandee brothers inspired an inclusive playground for their school. "Our goal is to challenge the world ... to take the necessary steps towards inclusion."

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Case StudiesCase Study: Building the World's Largest Pop-Up Bike Network

Macon Connects organized a 3-day Ideas Festival consisting of events which attracted people to contributed ideas to improve connectivity and mobility.

Hugh Mac Rae Overview
Case StudiesCase Study: Hugh MacRae Park and Trillium Health Resources

The "Play Together" Playground Initiative across Eastern North Carolina

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Case StudiesCase Study: Open Streets - Transforming Neighborhoods into Play Spaces

Active Transportation Alliance, a local non-profit organization supporting active and sustainable transportation, organized the first Open Streets in Chicago.

Riverpoint Park
Case StudiesPathways for Play Case Study: Riverpoint Park, Chattanooga, Tenn.

Chattanooga’s unique riverfront story has been recognized internationally as a series of successful public and private endeavors.

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Case StudiesCase Study: Pittsburgh's Bike Parking Regulations Impact Private Development

Pittsburgh's Bike Parking ordinance regulated bike parking by building size, and reduced car parking requirements as the bike parking minimums were exceeded.