The Local Actions to Support Walking and Cycling During Social Distancing Dataset tracks immediate community actions that show adaptation to changing demands on public space in response to COVID-19. It is also used as a reference for communities looking for examples from other cities on ways to create safe spaces for social distancing.
The dataset is open-access and we encourage people to submit information about their communities’ efforts to rebalance streets for walking, biking, and other forms of travel while promoting social distancing.
Please visit the submission form to share local COVID-19 responses. Data entered via the submission form will be visible on the sheet below within one business data and will be available for public use.
If you have photographs you are willing to share that show these efforts in action, please consider submitting them to the Pedestrian and Bicycle Image Library.
To learn about other efforts tracking community responses to COVID-19 and resource hubs for more information, see PBIC’s list of COVID-19 Resources.
This crowdsourced dataset was initiated and is managed by Tabitha Combs and is intended for public use. Please contact tab with questions or concerns. Please use proper attribution when using or linking to the dataset or data provided within.
Suggested dataset citation: Combs, T. (2020). Local Actions to Support Walking and Cycling During Social Distancing Dataset. http://pedbikeinfo.org/resources/resources_details.cfm?id=5209