COVID-19 Resource Center

The Safe Routes Partnership is committed to supporting Safe Routes advocates and practitioners as we adapt to living and working during the COVID-19 pandemic. We will regularly update this page with resources and information to help advance Safe Routes to School and active transportation during and after the pandemic.

Back to School 2020: Recommendations for Safe Routes to School Programming

As school resumes in the fall, Safe Routes to School practitioners will be looking for guidance on how to implement their programs remotely, in-person, and/or through a hybrid model. Using the Six E’s framework – Education, Engineering, Evaluation, Encouragement, Engagement, Equity – the Back to School 2020 Working Group has developed Back to School 2020: Recommendations for Safe Routes to School Programming, a comprehensive set of short-term, actionable recommendations for implementing Safe Routes to School programs this fall.

Safe Routes to School COVID-19 Resource Tracking Document

Members of the Safe Routes to School listserve have organically been crowdsourcing ideas for how to continue engaging youth and families while schools are closed, opportunities for remote learning and working, adjustments to messaging, policy opportunities created by this pandemic, and more. To that aim, we have created a Safe Routes to School Listserv COVID-19 tracking document where we have compiled all the resources that have been shared so far and which we will continue to update. Not on the listserve? Click here to join or email brittany@saferoutespartnership.org

COVID-19 Blog Post Series

Safe Routes Partnership staff are listening closely to shifting needs in the field and emerging trends across the country as we collectively navigate the public health pandemic. Our blog post series offers strategies and resources to continue growing your program and supporting your community during COVID-19.