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.
Tribal communities have much to gain from increasing active transportation. But they can experience particular challenges to making policy and on-the-ground changes necessary to support active transportation and Safe Routes to School.
In this webinar, the Safe Routes Partnership’s federal policy lead, Margo Pedroso, will review the changes to TAP along with other provisions in the FAST Act that provide opportunities for Safe Routes to School funding and policies that make communities safer for walking and bicycling. This webinar will include a substantial Q&A session.
Three MPO representatives speak about how they’ve used TAP funds to support a range of Safe Routes to School projects in their communities.
Staff from the Public Health Law Center and Missouri School Board Association will introduce tools and discuss information to simplify and improve community access of school facilities.
This webinar from September 2, 2015 discusses tips and strategies for hosting a successful Walk to School Day event.
In this webinar, learn why equity is crucial in the world of active transportation, how equity is being prioritized in the field, and learn about best practices in bridging the gap between community need and active transportation's benefits.
This webinar from June 25, 2015 discusses strategies to make routes to school safe from violence and crime.
The Safe Routes Ohio Network put together a series of Lunch and Learns to increase awareness around shared use in Ohio.
This webinar explores shared use agreements as a means to support public health utilizing evidence-based research, best practices and lessons learned from the field in Los Angeles County.
This webinar from March 18, 2015 discusses the topic of biking and communities of color.