The Feds Cut SRTS and Bike/Ped Funding, But this is California: Let’s Save it Here

The Feds Cut SRTS and Bike/Ped Funding 
But this is California: Let’s Save it Here 
Webinar and Call: August 16, 4 PM PT

Register now to attend the Safe Routes to School National Partnership’s statewide strategy meeting on Thursday, August 16 from 4-5 PM. Learn more about how the State of California will implement the new federal transportation bill MAP-21 and get involved with the campaign to protect Safe Routes to School, Transportation Enhancements and Rec Trails funding.

This webinar and discussion requires you to register in advance, we will send you a call-in number after you register: here

Background:
The federal government recently approved MAP 21, a two year transportation bill. Despite overwhelming support for increased investments in infrastructure for bicycling and walking, MAP 21 reduces the overall funding available to these modes, eliminated dedicated funding for Safe Routes to School at the federal level and makes it possible for states to divert portions of the Transportation Alternatives money to other uses. For more information click here.

Currently in California, implementation legislation will soon be developed to determine how the funding in MAP 21 will be distributed in California. The Safe Routes to School National Partnership is working closely with partners from across the state to ensure that funding for bicycling and walking is maintained.

Join us on August 16 to learn more about what’s happening and how you can get involved in efforts to protect investments in California that support active transportation. Your help could make a difference!

Register today for the call and webinar on August 16.

One Response to The Feds Cut SRTS and Bike/Ped Funding, But this is California: Let’s Save it Here

  1. Pingback: August Southern California Network Call « Safe Routes to School in California

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