December 22, 2017

The Safe Routes to School National Partnership submitted a comment letter to the Los Angeles County Regional Park and Open Space District (RPOSD) regarding the Measure A Draft Grant Guidelines. Our recommendations focus on improving equity considerations, community engagement, project evaluation criteria, and discussion around concurrent funding measures in the LA County.

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November 16, 2017

As part of ongoing engagement for OC Active, OCTA is leading a chalk art contest and providing students with opportunity to win a skateboard or bike rack for their school. Schools from across Orange County have submitted awesome pieces of work and now it is up to you to choose a winner. Be sure to check out the submissions and cast your vote here before the November 16 deadline.

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November 16, 2017

As part of SCAG’s ongoing Go Human campaign, the cities of Santa Ana, Westminster and Garden Grove, along with leadership from County of Orange District 1 Supervisor Andrew Do’s office, recently held Redefine Hazard Avenue. The event brought a temporary bike lane to what is a corridor where cyclists and pedestrians normally feel unwelcomed.

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October 1, 2017

As part of ongoing engagement for OC Active, OCTA is leading a chalk art contest and providing students with opportunity to win a skateboard or bike rack for their school. Find more details about the contesthere, including steps to win, timeline, and other important notes.

Regional news, Safe Routes to School
July 27, 2017

The Alliance for a Healthy Orange County is excited to host the 2017 Regional Active Transportation Forum on Friday, September 22. This year’s forum will focus on the intersection of active transportation and equitable development and how policy makers, active transportation advocates, and other partners can join forces to make Orange County communities smarter, equitable, healthier and sustainable for ALL.

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January 18, 2017

On January 17, the National Partnership’s California team hosted a webinar with LA Thrives, Enterprise Community Partners, LA County Bicycle Coalition, Housing California, California Bicycle Coalition and Southern California Association of Nonprofit Public Housing. The webinar provided tips and information on how to integrate active transportation infrastructure and programs with affordable housing developments for AHSC projects in LA County.