One of the great ways that we love to share resources and expertise is through our regular webinars. Our webinars feature our staff and incredible advocates, Safe Routes to School program staff, government officials, elected leaders, and others from around the country sharing their knowledge and learning on a diverse range of topics.

Upcoming Webinars

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Archived Webinars

Attend this webinar to learn about our newest individual Shared Use Ambassadors, and how they improve physical activity opportunities in communities through policy, programs and community engagement.  

A new strategy to demonstrate the value of Safe Routes to School projects is “popping-up” in communities across the country. 

This webinar will explore effective strategies for collecting and using relevant data at the local, regional, and state levels. 

Join this free webinar to learn about the Return on Investment (ROI) approach to active transportation.

This webinar will explore creative and effective innovations happening in the realm of young people and bicycling. 

Join this webinar to learn about the Safe Routes Partnership’s new toolkit, Step by Step: How to Start a Walking School Bus at Your School, an easy-to-follow guide to getting a walking school bus up and “walking” in your community!  

This webinar introduces the concept of Safe Routes to Healthy Food, that is, the work of overcoming the transportation barriers to accessing nutritious foods. 

This webinar, part of the CDC's Health Impact in 5 Years initiative, is an excellent opportunity for Safe Routes to School advocates to learn how to pitch Safe Routes to School to health partners.

Youth support for policy change, program development and community planning can be the catalyst to success: When kids speak up, adults listen. 

We are in a time of rapid change when it comes to using data to understand and improve health and safety. Join this webinar to learn how data can be used to inform and support Safe Routes to School initiatives.