Join us as we share strategies for designing Safe Routes to School events that serve multiple purposes including encouraging walking and rolling, conducting community research, evaluating your program, and sustaining momentum beyond a single event.
Please join us for the second in our 2021-2022 ATP Webinar Series. The Safe Routes Partnership began hosting webinars for applicants to the Active Transportation Program in Cycle 5, and we are excited to provide another round of webinars in anticipation of Cycle 6.
MPOs allocate millions of dollars from the federal government for transportation for things like roads, bridges, biking and walking infrastructure, and air quality improvements. In this process, there is ripe opportunity for advocates to lock in new funding for active transportation and transit.
This 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.
Walk audits are a great tool in creating communities where residents can participate in making their vision of healthy, safe, walkable streets real.
As more and more people are bicycling in the United States, a bike train can be a strong part of a larger Safe Routes to School program, initiatives that thousands of communities across the nation are establishing.
This handout covers frequently asked questions for starting a bike train program. This resource is great for school staff and principals!
Communities want safe, accessible streets that people of all ages and abilities can use and enjoy. Such streets support local businesses, encourage economic development and promote healthy communities.
In Japan, 98 percent of children walk to school. In the United States, only 13 percent do. It’s time for a change.
The Regional Safe Routes to School Framework and its associated maps are posted below!