California State Network – February Meeting

California Safe Routes to School Network Meeting

Agenda – Thursday February 23, 2012:  9 – 10am

Call (toll-free):  1-866-394-4146, 553816012#

Mute option is *4, unmute is *4

1. Introductions/Roll Call (Deb Hubsmith, SRTSNP) 5 minutes, end at 9:05

2. Reminder: Cycle 10 SR2S “Call for Projects” currently underway, the call is for $45 Million in projects for a two-year cycle of funds. Application Deadline is March 30, 2012. Apply Now

3. Federal Transportation Bill Educational Update (Deb Hubsmith, SRTSNP), 5-7 minutes end at 9:10

4. California Safe Routes to School Technical Assistance Resource Center (TARC) (Kristin Haukom, California Department of Public Health) 5-7 minutes, end approx 9:20

  • February TARC Staff Report
  • Please take our statewide survey to help identify schools and communities that have policies in place that prohibit students and their families from walking and/or bicycling to school

5. Integrated Transport and Health Impacts Model (I-THIM) that makes it possible to estimate the health co-benefits and potential harms from active transport and low carbon driving in urban populations, Produced using Bay Area data, and considered for replication elsewhere in CA. Webinar presentation by Researcher Neil Maizlish, 10 minute presentation, 10 minute discussion, end approx 9:40

6. California Safe Routes to School National Partnership Statewide update

State Action Teams:

Regional Networks:

  • SoCal, Pauline Chow and Rye Baerg (next meeting 3/8 9am)
  • Bay Area, Marty Martinez (next meeting 3/21 9am)

7.  Announcements from others

Next Meeting: Thursday March 29, 9am (date changed due to National Bike Summit)

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