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The National Center for Safe Routes to School awarded the 2007 James L. Oberstar Award to the Michigan Department of Transportation for the exemplary establishment of the Michigan Safe Routes to School Program.

On Wednesday, October 3, schoolchildren from all 50 states will join thousands across the world who are making the commitment to lead healthier lifestyles by walking or bicycling to school on International Walk to School Day.

The National Center for Safe Routes to School has developed two new SRTS promotional tools available on its Web site.

The National Center for Safe Routes to School is partnering with the Institute of Transportation Engineers to offer a series of Safe Routes to School Web seminars July 10-12, 2007.

Safe Routes to School (SRTS) State Coordinators gathered in Denver, CO, from May 15 – May 17 for the 2nd Annual Safe Routes to School State Coordinators National Meeting.

Registration is now open for 2007 International Walk to School, an international event where communities from over 40 countries join together to walk and bicycle to school.

Today marks the first day of the inaugural Global Road Safety Week.

Five Safe Routes to School State Coordinators gathered in Richmond, Virginia, last week to complete an intensive three-day Safe Routes to School National Course Instructor Training.

The National Center for Safe Routes to School has added an email alerts sign-up feature on its Web site at www.saferoutesinfo.org.

The National Center for Safe Routes to School has announced it will establish an annual award in the name of Congressman James L. Oberstar to honor his dedication to America’s school children.

Schoolchildren from all 50 states will take important steps towards increasing their physical activity by participating in International Walk to School Day on Wednesday, October 4, 2006.

The National Center for Safe Routes to School has launched a new Web site, offering a resource to assist communities in enabling and encouraging children to walk and bicycle to school.

Registration is now open for 2006 International Walk to School, an international event where communities from over 35 countries join together to walk and bicycle to school.

The University of North Carolina Highway Safety Research Center (HSRC) has been awarded $6 million in funding to assist communities in enabling and encouraging children to safely walk and bike to school.