New information brief provides an overview of successful strategies to implementing Safe Routes to School in tribal communities.
The National Center for Safe Routes to School now welcomes applications for the James L. Oberstar Safe Routes to School Award.
On December 4th, 2015, the Fixing America's Surface Transportation Act (FAST Act) was signed into law by President Obama.
Hear from three MPO staff about how they've used TAP funds to support a range of Safe Routes to School projects in their communities.
A new report released by the National Center examines the accomplishments of the Federal Safe Routes to School Program over the past decade.
Students, parents and community members in every state demonstrate the benefits walking and bicycling to school can play in improving health, safety and community life
In a newly released video message, Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx shows his support for walking to school by encouraging communities to join the Walk to School Day celebration.
A new information brief, by the National Center for SRTS and written by the SRTS National Partnership, demonstrates how regional transportation planning authorities can advanceSRTS priorities using TAP.
This webinar will present key findings of the National Center"s 10 year report and feature two SRTS initiatives that have forged multi-agency collaborations.
The fifth Safe Routes to School National Conference will be held in Columbus, Ohio on April 5-7, 2016.
Colleen V. Oliver
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