As the Go Human campaign grows, we want to keep you apprised of upcoming events and available resources. Use the Go Human website as an information hub to make your community safer to walk and bike.

How to Get Involved

SCAG invites local cities, agencies, and organizations to participate in the ​Go Human campaign. Here are a couple of ways you can get involved:

  • Distribute ​Go Human ​materials in your City or community. Use this ​Go Human Materials Request Form​​​ to request materials such as lawn signs, banners, postcards and digital ads. Materials can be co-branded with your City's logo. For questions regarding Go Human materials requests, please contact Lindsey Hansen at
  • Local non-profit organizations, artists and students were invited to apply for funding to implement Local Community Engagement projects that extend the reach of the Go Human campaign and improve safety for people walking and biking throughout the SCAG region (Imperial, Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino and Ventura counties). Proposals were due on Friday, May 11, and recipients are expected to be announced soon. If you have questions, please contact Lindsey Hansen at

Advertising Campaign Resources

Please download the Go Human Digital Media Kit and help us spread the word. The Digital Media Kit includes digital ads, posts and tweets for you to use.

Radio Advertisement

Give our radio advertisement a listen and share with your colleagues and friends.


Go Human's Toolbox includes strategies, case studies, and fact sheets to improve walking and biking across Southern California. These materials are intended for community groups, transportation and health professionals, employers and elected officials to promote safety and encourage walking and biking in your community through education, encouragement, infrastructure change, enforcement strategies, and partnership development. Access the Toolbox here.


Open Streets Events & Safety Demonstration Projects

To see what Go Human has already achieved, or for guidance with grant applications, please review the materials in this section.

  • Phase I Final Report - Everything you need to develop and host an open streets event or temporary safety demonstration project, based on the first series of Go Human events implemented across the region.
  • SCAG's Go Human campaign encourages people to walk and bike by hosting open streets events and safety demonstration projects. These events and projects showcase re-designed streets with safety in mind, showcasing improvements like protected bike lanes and enhanced crosswalks. Community members experience for themselves what potential, or planned infrastructure changes can look and feel like, and have the opportunity to share feedback with city staff. Events are planned across Southern California. Please contact us if you're interested in hosting or sponsoring an event or project. Enjoy the video below!

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