Safe Routes to School: Case Studies
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2010    Toolkit, Model Policy, Case Study

The Safe Routes Partnership has developed an Educator's Guide for getting students active through Safe Routes to School. 

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2010    Toolkit, Case Study

The Safe Routes Partnership has developed a Low-Income Guide for assisting volunteers and professionals with implementing Safe Routes to School in low-income schools and communities. 

The Marin County Success Story
2005    Journal Article, Case Study

Marin County’s Safe Routes to School Program has been successful in promoting walking and biking to school. Much of the program’s success can be attributed to the contributions made by parents, teachers, and community volunteers.

Fact Sheet, Case Study

This brief created by the National Center for Safe Routes to School to address unsafe driving behaviors and outlines steps local safe routes to school programs can take to measure impacts of their activities.

Report, Case Study

Encouragement is one of the complementary strategies that Safe Routes to School (SRTS) programs use to increase the number of children who walk and bicycle to school safely. In particular, encouragement and education strategies are closely intertwined, working together to promote walking and bicycling. 

Report, Case Study

This report explores environmental health and Safe Routes toSchool through a review of the relationship between environmental health and school travel, a discussion on measuring the environmental health impacts of school travel, and five examples of methods used by SRTS programs to estimate the impact of their activities on local air quality. 

Toolkit, Case Study

This report provides an introduction to different types of walking facilities that can be constructedin rural areas. It includes case studies of a number of communities building creative and cost-effective walking facilities.

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Evaluation, Report, Case Study

This report serves as an educational piece for Congressional members on the progress of Safe Routes to School. The report includes an executive summary, successes of the federal SRTS program, lessons learned, challenges, funding information, and recommendations for the future of SRTS.

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Report, Case Study

This report showcases how SRTS programs are resulting in the implementation of infrastructure improvements that close gaps in the non-motorized transportation network. Click here to read more about the four communities that were showcased – Avondale, AZ; Bozeman, MT; Knoxville, TN; and Miami, FL.

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Report, Case Study

The Safe Routes Partnership is implementing the State Network Project to ensure program success and leverage resources by creating SRTS State Networks in nine states and the District of Columbia. The following report outlines how State Networks can create policy change.