Safe Routes to School programs make walking and bicycling to school safer and more accessible for children, including those with disabilities, and increase the number of children who choose to walk and bicycle. Safe Routes to School programs can benefit communities by enhancing children’s health and safety, well-being, and academic performance.
To select and properly fit a bicycle helmet, follow the helmet fitting instructions in this flyer.
Safety presentation worksheets for ages 5-9 and 10+ on the bike, walk, and E-scooters safety
The E-Toolkit is a guiding document for Safe Routes To School Coordinators and educators to use on social media to engage, encourage, and educate students in Oregon through Safe Routes to School programming even while students are not able to physically attend school.
This report includes an analysis of the amounts of funding each state dedicates to walking, bicycling, and Safe Routes to School and the source of these funds. Case studies and suggestions are provided for how states can develop funding streams that are dedicated to walking, bicycling, and/or Safe Routes to School.
Family Walks and family bike rides with route ideas and safety instructions.
We’ve developed state report cards which provide a snapshot of how supportive each state is of walking, bicycling, and physical activity for children and adults as of 2020.
This toolkit provides tips and strategies for effectively engaging young people in Vision Zero, including ideas for integration into SRTS programming, general principles of youth engagement, and more.
May Challenge flyer and tracking sheet that students can utilize while learning from home.