One of the great ways that we love to share resources and expertise is through our regular webinars. Our webinars feature our staff and incredible advocates, Safe Routes to School program staff, government officials, elected leaders, and others from around the country sharing their knowledge and learning on a diverse range of topics.
This webinar from November 21, 2013 provides perspective on the importance of MAP-21 funding in underserved communities.
This webinar from November 6, 2013 provides examples and key resources to assist in starting conversations about shared use and building relationships with school board members, school administrators and principals.
This webinar from September 26, 2013 discusses how the Safe Routes Partnership can help support campaigns to increase shared use and street scale improvements in underserved communities.
This webinar from September 5, 2013 focuses on working with middle school youth and looks at programs that have effectively engaged youth in active transportation.
During this webinar, attendees hear from the FHWA on the origin of the funding, criteria for its use as well as innovative approaches to accessing HSIP dollars for bicycle and pedestrian projects and programs.
In this webinar, learn the details of the brand-new guidance issued by the US Department of Transportation on how states must implement the Transportation Alternatives program.
This webinar and the report will serve as informative guides for communities that are interested in taking control of their own data, and will give them the power to better understand GIS tools and how GIS maps can identify issues that need to be addressed.
In this webinar, hear from staff from municipal transportation departments that prioritize walking and bicycling in a number of ways, including housing Safe Routes to School staff.
This webinar discusses policies, procedures and projects that have been advanced at the school and district level that address parental concerns to improve safety, increase physical activity and get more students walking and bicycling to school.
Student transportation departments spend their days working to get students safely to and from school, but historically have focused on busing and driving. Safe Routes to School can easily support district transportation departments in identifying ways to safely get children active while commuting to school, while decreasing traffic congestion.