Featured Posts (4)

New York Times: The Pedestrian Strikes Back

In the past, cities focused on urban design that allowed vehicles to travel with as few obstacles as possible. Drivers were the primary concern and the needs of pedestrians were often ignored. Today that may be changing. Cities across the world are taking action to make streets more pedestrian-friendly.
Read more…
A busy walking weekend started with a 26.2-mile walking tour of Philadelphia with famed athlete Diana Nyad and her walking organization EverWalk. It ended with kids of all ages enjoying a stroll in the park along with music and fun games. We're spreading the good news about walking!
Read more…

124918201?profile=RESIZE_710x

I know a lot of doctors who can cure you,” said my co-worker when I told him the distance I was planning to walk.

At 12:30 am on Saturday, September 8, there were nine of us in Easton, PA.  The night before, some of us had slept very little and some not at all.  Perhaps we were all excited but also a bit nervous. After all, what we were about to do was not going to be just a walk around the block. Most of us had never walked 62 miles in one day. In fact, this was maybe the first time that anyone

Read more…