WalkArlington Works

How to Make Your Workplace a Walking Workplace

Photo: women walkingArlington County is both a walk-friendly community and a business-friendly community.  That’s why WalkArlington and our colleagues at Arlington Transportation Partners have put together WalkArlington Works, a compilation of readily available Walking Workplace programs and resources to integrate walking into your work day and your workplace.  

After all, you spend a lot of time at work, so why not make it a healthy, productive, and environmentally friendly "walking workplace"?  WalkArlington and Arlington Transportation Partners have done the legwork and gathered the resources for you, so there’s no reason not to give it a try.

What is a Walking Workplace?

A Walking Workplace is an organization that encourages employees to incorporate walking into the work day, whether by changing daily habits, participating in ready-made walking programs, promoting participation in local walking events, or putting together a combination of strategies that fit your workplace.

What’s the best way to get started? 

Check out these local resources:

Photo: pedestrians in ShirlingtonSee what these national Walking Workplace programs have to offer:

And learn more about these national Walking Workplace events:

Then put together the combination that’s right for you, your co-workers, and your workplace and you’ll be on your way to creating a walking workplace.

Did You Know?

Arlington County has 50 miles of shared-use, off-street trails.

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Arlington’s Pedestrian Counters

Peds counted

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110 Trail
739
14th Street Bridge
346
Arlington Mill Trail
644
Ballston Connector
461
Bluemont Connector
316
CC Connector
564
Custis Bon Air Park
487
Custis Rosslyn
334
Joyce St NB
60
Joyce St SB
80
Key Bridge East
2105
Key Bridge West
1033
Roosevelt Bridge
106
TR Island Bridge
720
WOD Bon Air Park
612
WOD Bon Air West
611
WOD Columbia Pike
526
WOD East Falls Church
365

All ped counters, YTD

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Year to Date
2227993
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