1.Editors' Note –Lawrence D. Brown and M. Katherine Kraft
2.Active Living and Biking: Tracing the Evolution of a Biking System in Arlington, Virginia–Royce Hanson and Garry Young
3.Policy Influences on Community Trail Development–Amy A. Eyler, Ross C. Brownson, Kelly R. Evenson, David Levinger, Jay E. Maddock, Delores Pluto, Philip J. Troped, Thomas L. Schmid, Cheryl Carnoske, Katherine L. Richards, and Lesley E. Steinman
4.Sustaining Active-Living Communities over the Decades: Lessons from a 1930s Greenbelt Town –Sherry Ahrentzen
5.The Promise of Wisconsin's 1999 Comprehensive Planning Law: Land-Use Policy Reforms to Support Active Living–Joseph Schilling and Sheila D. Keyes
6.Active Living as an Institutional Challenge: Lessons from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's "Celebrate Fitness" Program–Lawrence D. Brown and M. Katherine Kraft
7.Advocating for Active Living on the Rural-Urban Fringe: A Case Study of Planning in the Portland, Oregon, Metropolitan Area–Sy Adler, Noelle Dobson, Karen Perl Fox, and Lynn Weigand
8.Turning Brownfields into Greenspaces: Examining Incentives and Barriers to Revitalization¬–Juha Siikamäki and Kris Wernstedt
9.Collaborative School Planning and Active Schools: A Case Study of Lee County, Florida–Emily Lees, David Salvesen, and Elizabeth Shay
10.The Boston Schoolyard Initiative: A Public-Private Partnership for Rebuilding Urban Play Spaces–Russ Lopez, Richard Campbell, and James Jennings
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