Last year WABA taught 886 adults (average age 39) how to ride a bike, doubled the percentage of women bike commuters (a ten-year endeavor), and maintained 20 miles of urban trails. Its vision is a just and sustainable transportation system where biking, walking, and transit are the best ways to get around – advocating for better biking conditions inch by inch, driving legislative change at the state level, and working in neighborhoods to garner community support for safer streets and trails. The outreach and education team hits the road every day, educating drivers, bicyclists, and pedestrians of all ages, and clearing the way (sometimes literally) for a smooth ride. The result? Safer streets for people to bike, walk, scoot, roll, and play so that, no matter where you live, you are connected to work, to home, and to the people you love.