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Join this webinar to learn about the Safe Routes to School National Partnership’s new toolkit, Step by Step: How to Start a Walking School Bus at Your School, an easy-to-follow guide to getting a walking school bus up and “walking” in your community!
This infobrief describes state outreach, technical assistance, and partnership approaches that support rural communities and highlights two communities that have successfully used federal funds to improve safety and accessibility for walking and bicycling.
Reports, Evaluations, and Toolkits
This toolkit is designed to help parents, educators, and community members plan and organize a walking school bus using adult volunteers as leaders.
This interactive tool is designed to help school board members, administrators, families of students, and community members create and implement district policies that support active transportation and Safe Routes to School programs.
This curriculum was developed to be used in physcial education classes for all grades in Arkansas. The curriculum is aimed at rural communities and includes outlines of different lessons, activities, and all of the materials a teacher would need to implement bicycle and pedstrian safety education.
Abstract: The commentary suggests two primary policy issues that must be addressed nationally.