Research from the National Center for Safe Routes to School reveals that nationwide, walking to and from school increased from less than 14 percent to more than 17 percent of all trips between 2007-08 and 2014.
Step right up, Walk to School Day is here! Communities across the country are lacing up their sneakers in celebration of the 20th Walk to School Day in the U.S.
New information brief provides an overview of challenges and strategies to implementing Safe Routes to School in small rural communities.
This webinar provides an overview of the needs for and benefits of Safe Routes to School in rural areas and explores the challenges that may arise.
This October, students, families, school and community partners, and mayors will mark a special occasion the 20th celebration of Walk to School Day.
Presenters will discuss how to talk about a community's commitment to child and youth pedestrian safety for the 20th anniversary of Walk to School Day this October.
This Wednesday communities across the country will kick things into high gear for the fifth annual National Bike to School Day celebration.
This webinar will feature presentations from two school districts that recently transitioned from yellow bus service to public transit passes for older students.
A new report examines how the Federal SRTS Program provides a foundation for broader initiatives that create safer streets for youth walking and biking throughout their communities.
The National Center is pleased to announce the Galax Safe Routes to School Program as the 2016 recipient of the Oberstar Safe Routes to School Award.
Colleen V. Oliver
Maintained by the National Center for Safe Routes to School of the University of North Carolina Highway Safety Research Center .
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