About Us

Here you will find publications related to the operations of the Safe Routes Partnership, such as our strategic plan and annual reports.

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    2009    Report
    Moving to the Future: Building on Early Achievements

    This report gives some background information on Safe Routes to School and details challenges and opportunities in program implementation. 

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    2010    Report, Case Study
    State Network Policy Changes in 20 States

    This report describes the strategies, partners, successes and lessons learned from the Safe Routes to School state network project in 20 states during 2010.

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    2010    Fact Sheet

    Executive Summary for the Safe Routes Partnership's 2011-2015 Strategic Plan.

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    2010    Report

    In 2010 and 2011, the 20 state networks engaged more than 600 partner organizations and agencies in policy priorities based upon the following policy categories:

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    2010    Report

    The Safe Routes Partnership's 2011-2015 final Strategic Plan was adopted by our Steering Committee on November 3, 2010. A sincere thank you goes out to the nearly 1,000 people who were interviewed, completed a survey, attended our annual meeting and/or provided written comments on the draft strategic plan. 

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    2011    Report, Case Study
    Phase II - Successes and Lessons Learned

    This report includes policy successes, lessons learned and local success stories that were a result of policy changes led by the 20 state network coalitions. 

  • 2012    Model Policy
    2012-2013 Active Transportation Platform

    This resource is a policy statement that describes the goals of the Southern California Safe Routes to School Network.

  • 2012    Model Policy

    This resource is a policy statement that describes the goals of the Greater Washington Regional Safe Routes to School Network.

  • 2014    Report, Case Study
    A compilation of Lessons Learned from the Regional Network Project

    This report provides guidance in working with MPOs and highlights lessons learned in the regions where the Safe Routes Partnership has concentrated efforts through the four-year implementation of the regional network project, which dedicates staff to effect change at the regional level. 

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    2014    Evaluation, Report, Case Study
    Building a Culture of Health Through Active Transportation

    This report is an account of positive changes that occur when broad groups of stakeholders work together on behalf of our children.  Community groups and individuals helped galvanize the call for these changes, demonstrating broad support for active transportation.  

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    2016    Fact Sheet

    This infographic highlights the health and community benefits of Safe Routes to School.