PAL Toolkit

Because we think sharing is so important (and not just sharing the streets), we've made it easy for you to share our PAL messaging with our handy toolkit. Here are a few ways you can help share the PAL message:

  • Post it on your homepage, on the sidebar, or in a rotating banner
  • Post it on your personal or your company's Facebook, Twitter or other social media page
  • Print posters of one (or all) of the street scenes below to put up at the library or even a café
  • Create bookmarks with the logo and a street scene for your local library
  • Create bumper stickers for drivers pledging that "I am a PAL when I drive" or create pins or stickers for bikers and walkers to wear pledging that "I am a PAL when I bike/walk"

Suggested (not required) credit line to use with these materials: "PAL campaign theme and graphics courtesy of Arlington County Commuter Services, Arlington, Virginia. 

Let us know if and how you use these materials - we would love to hear how they are working for you!

PAL Logos

You can drag the image files below to your desktop, or right click (control-click on a Mac) to download. Click on links to PDF files to open in a browser window, then save.

PAL Logo, vector-based PDF

PNG file with transparent background:

PAL logo on transparent

JPEG file with white background:

PAL logo - JPEG

PAL Street Scene Images

Vector images -- Set of 6 PAL images in vector-based PDF format: This PDF file contains the six images shown below, in a vector format compatible with Adobe Illustrator.

JPEG files, 300 x 300 pixels (smaller versions are below)

PAL bus image, 300 pixels PAL intersection image, 300 pixels PAL night image, 300 pixels PAL school-crossing image, 300 pixels PAL trail image, 300 pixels PAL winter image, 300 pixels

JPEG files, 200 x 200 Pixels

PAL bus image, 200 pixels PAL intersection image, 200 pixels PAL night image, 200 pixels PAL school crossing image, 200 pixels PAL trail image, 200 pixels PAL winter image, 200 pixels

Street Scenes with Tips

Images and tips combined, in vector-based Portable Document Format, compatible with Adobe Illustrator.

English

Spanish

PAL Videos

"Be a Pal" videos from Arlington's Car-Free Diet.

Did You Know?

Driving alone is the primary commute mode for 54% of Arlington Commuters, compared to 83% statewide.

2007 Virginia State of the Commute Study: Arlington Perspective

Arlington’s Bicycle & Pedestrian Counters

Bikes counted

View Counter Data
14th Street Bridge
1918
Ballston Connector
337
Bluemont Connector
204
CC Connector
717
Clarendon EB bike lane
199
Crystal SB bike lane
109
Custis Bon Air Park
1058
Custis Rosslyn
1329
Fairfax EB bike lane
150
Joyce St NB
36
Joyce St SB
29
Key Bridge East
1124
Key Bridge West
763
Military NB bike lane
36
Military SB bike lane
31
MVT Airport South
2089
Quincy NB bike lane
57
Quincy SB bike lane
77
Roosevelt Bridge
424
Rosslyn Bikeometer
1266
TR Island Bridge
1330
WOD Bon Air Park
832
WOD Bon Air West
1405
WOD Columbia Pike
628
WOD East Falls Church
0
Wilson WB bike lane
254

Peds counted

View Counter Data
14th Street Bridge
191
Ballston Connector
391
Bluemont Connector
368
CC Connector
545
Custis Bon Air Park
485
Custis Rosslyn
340
Joyce St NB
58
Joyce St SB
87
Key Bridge East
2306
Key Bridge West
1079
MVT Airport South
10307
Roosevelt Bridge
121
TR Island Bridge
466
WOD Bon Air Park
43409
WOD Bon Air West
617
WOD Columbia Pike
591
WOD East Falls Church
0

All counters, YTD

View Counter Data
Year to Date
4857293
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