Application Tips

Tips for a successful Walk Friendly Community Walkabout Nomination

Take a look at the WalkArlington Walkabouts brochure (PDF, 11 MB, Adobe Reader required) and individual neighborhood Walkabouts for examples of Walkabout routes and maps.

Competitive nominations will include the following:

  • Collaboration between neighborhoods (you can enhance strengths and overcome any weaknesses by partnering with an adjacent neighborhood to develop your route)
  • Tie-in your Walkabout event with an existing event (piggybacking on a previously planned event is a good strategy for a successful Walkabout)
  • Creative ideas for reaching new/diverse audiences (such as kids, families, “twenty-somethings,” English as a Second Language speakers, seniors, new residents, daytime/work population)
  • Demonstrated willingness/ability to involve entire community – residents, schools, retailers, businesses, restaurants, etc.— in planning and carrying out the Walkabout
Did You Know?

Each U.S. rush-hour auto commuter spends an average of 50 hours a year stuck in traffic.

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Arlington’s Pedestrian Counters

Peds counted

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110 Trail
472
14th Street Bridge
201
Arlington Mill Trail
754
Ballston Connector
151
Bluemont Connector
198
CC Connector
318
Custis Bon Air Park
497
Custis Rosslyn
343
Joyce St NB
31
Joyce St SB
82
Key Bridge East
1325
Key Bridge West
0
MVT Airport South
196
Roosevelt Bridge
136
TR Island Bridge
589
WOD Bon Air Park
647
WOD Bon Air West
657
WOD Columbia Pike
625
WOD East Falls Church
343

All ped counters, YTD

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Year to Date
2936037
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