Community Outreach,
Research & Education

Community Outreach,
Research & Education

mobility and wellness

dblTilde CORE is a nonprofit whose mission is to advance knowledge about and planning for sustainable mobility and wellness in communities through outreach, research, and education.

Through our work, we encourage people to remain physically active through walking and bicycling and using transit as they age in order to maintain wellness and a solid quality of life. Our work informs planners, engineers, public health professionals, advocates, and policy makers, and journalists in achieving our vision.

What’s New?

dblTilde Collaborative, LLC is now dblTilde CORE, Inc.
January 1, 2022 – After nearly 20 months as a for-profit organization, we are now a nonprofit, as a (501 ( c)3. This reflects our growing work in community outreach, research, and education – hence the new name dblTilde CORE, Inc. Our new website shares our mission, vision, and a description of our commitment to mobility and wellness for all – especially older adults. Let us know if there is an opportunity to work with you by emailing us at Info@dblTildeCORE.org.

50+ Cycling Survey has largest response to date
While the 50+ Cycling Survey is now closed, this year received over 5000 responses. A team of international researchers is beginning work to analyze the data and prepare a summary report. The summary report publication is expected in late summer.

A report on the 2020 survey is available here.

Points of contact:
Dr. Hilary Nixon at hilary.nixon@sjsu.edu
or
Carol Kachadoorian, MTI Research Associate, at Info@dblTildeCORE.org

Mission
Advancing knowledge about and planning for sustainable mobility and wellness in communities through outreach, research, and education.

Vision
Each community’s transportation system comprised of networks by mode effectively and safely serves the mobility needs of every person every day.

What we do
Through community outreach, research, and education, we strive to encourage people to remain physically active through walking and bicycling and using transit as they age in order to maintain wellness and a solid quality of life. Our work informs planners, engineers, public health professionals, advocates, and policy makers, and journalists in achieving our vision.