Congratulations to our Streets for People Award Winners! This ceremony occurred during our 25th Anniversary Celebration and recognized the dedication and contributions of key members in the Nashville walking and biking community.


Advocate of the Year Award Winner

Marc Anthony Peak



This award recognizes ambassadors and advocates who utilized community advocacy to promote walking and biking this year. This person is steadfast, and committed to their communities. They have been actively advocating for a better Nashville.

Most Walk Bike Friendly Business of the Year Award

Green Fleet Bike Shop



The Walk Bike Friendly award recognizes businesses and organizations that have supported efforts in making Nashville more walkable and bikeable. Support can include making their office supportive of multi-modal transportation, working to make the larger community more walk/bike friendly, or leading on local issues related to walking or biking.

Crossing Guard of the Year Award

Elizabeth Franklin


This award honors our crossing guards who are committed to keeping our children safe on their journey to and from school each day. This award honors those who take special care, and go above and beyond to make our kids feel safe, seen, and supported.

Government Official of the Year Award

Anna Dearman


This award honors government officials, elected or unelected, who have had the greatest positive impact to Nashville’s culture in walking and biking, as well as furthering efforts to improve the latter

The Kibby Clayton

Carey Rogers


This award is named after Walk Bike’s first board president, Kibby Clayton and is considered to be our “lifetime achievement award”, recognizing people who contributed the most time and energy to improve walkability, bikability, and livability in Nashville.