Safe Routes to School

Safe Routes to School

Safe Routes to School (SRTS) refers to a variety of programs aimed at both increasing the number of students walking and bicycling to school and reducing the number of vehicle trips associated with school travel. Related program activities intend to improve traffic safety and air quality around school areas and address childhood obesity and public health issues through education, encouragement, increased law enforcement, and engineering. SRTS efforts are led by partnerships among municipalities, school districts, community members, parent volunteers, and law enforcement agencies.

Be a Safe Routes to School Champion for our Students!

If you are interested in Safe Routes to School Programs in your school community, visit the links in the Links and Resources section of this page to access resources and support.

Kindly contact your School Principal and ask how you can help lead the effort for your school.

Learn how Safe Routes to School programs and policies increase physical activity opportunities and increase pedestrian safety from the experts.

Get Involved

Access the SRTS Tool Kit in the Links and Resources section of this web page for guidance on SRTS Programs for your school.

A SRTS Master Plan was developed with an overarching goal of engaging community members in a collaborative process, as well as ensuring the safety of its students in the larger community. Access the SRTS Master Plan in the Links and Resources section of this web page.

Links and Resources

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