Safe Routes to School: Fact Sheets
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2016    Fact Sheet

This infographic highlights the health and community benefits of Safe Routes to School.

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2016    Fact Sheet
January 20, 2016

This brief provides an overview of the unique considerations in implementing Safe Routes to School in tribal communities.

2016    Fact Sheet

Information from a workshop held in Vancouver, WA, on January 6, 2017.

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2015    Fact Sheet

This brief profiles four MPOs, each of which used a thoughtful and innovative approach to TAP that was ultimately beneficial to the safety of children and families on the trip to and from school. 

2015    Fact Sheet, Report

This infographic features evidence on the barriers of walking and biking to school and the positive impacts of SRTS programs on physical activity levels and safety. Findings presented in this infographic come from a related ALR research review.

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2015    Fact Sheet

This fact sheet is a companion to Taking Back the Streets and Sidewalks: How Safe Routes to School and Community Safety Initiatives Can Overcome Violence and Crime.

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2015    Fact Sheet

In over 17,000 schools around the country, these programs are making it easier and safer for students to be healthy by walking or bicycling to school. 

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2015    Fact Sheet

The rate of childhood obesity has increased four-fold over the past forty years, leading to serious health risks for children. 

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2014    Fact Sheet

This fact sheet provides an overview of how Safe Routes to School programs can help improve health and phsyical activity in Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander communities.

2014    Fact Sheet

As the fastest-growing racial group in the U.S., Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders have a key stake in the transformation of American streets.