Safe Routes to School: Fact Sheets
2022    Fact Sheet

The 2022 Making Strides state report cards evaluate each state on key areas for state action to promote and support physical activity. This sheet provides a quick summary of the report cards’ scoring structure, including the indicators and possible points in each of the core topic areas and an example report card showing the different components.

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2022    Fact Sheet

Two infographics break down the history and current structure of federal funding for Safe Routes to School.

2022    Fact Sheet, Toolkit

This guide will help California communities understand the process of applying to the ATP, with our recommendations for how to plan for, draft and submit your application.

2021    Fact Sheet

Parks advocates and Safe Routes to School practitioners alike can use this fact sheet for ideas on tying Safe Routes to Parks activities into their Walk to School Day events and keeping up the momentum beyond October.

2021    Fact Sheet

This new resource outlines roles of different partners and opportunities for collaboration. It can be used as a guide in developing a task force or engaging with an existing group of agencies and community partners to support your Safe Routes to School program. 

2021    Fact Sheet

The fact sheet identifies some of the challenges that have either surfaced because of or were exacerbated by the pandemic and talking points to outline how Safe Routes to School can provide the tools to address some of those concerns.

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2020    Fact Sheet

This fact sheet outlines how Safe Routes to School and Safe Routes to Parks programming and advocacy can align to achieve shared goals and accomplish even more than each could do separately.

2020    Fact Sheet

The Safe Routes Partnership has released its first-ever statewide assessment of Colorado Safe Routes to School programs as part of a new report, “Safe Routes to School Programs in Colorado: 2020 Statewide Program Assessment Report.”

2019    Fact Sheet

Safe Routes to School improves sidewalks and street crossings and creates safe, convenient, and fun opportunities for children to bicycle and walk to and from school. The CDC has recognized Safe Routes to School as one of a handful of programs that are cost-effective and show significant population health impacts within five years.

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2019    Fact Sheet, Case Study

The Modesto Airport Neighborhood is a suburban community in the Central Valley that had not historically received much in the way of Safe Routes to School investment and attention.