Topic: Multi-Modal School Site Planning, Design and Transportation for Primary Grades
Through the use of case studies, this joint National Center for Safe Routes to School / ITE (Institute of Transportation Engineers) webinar will focus on policy and planning at the site level. It will provide guidance for addressing existing and redevelopment school sites and for selecting new school sites. At the conclusion of the course, participants should be able to: Identify key elements in developing a multi-modal school transportation plan. Recognize strategies that improve safety and encourage walking and cycling to school. Identify key consideration elements when selecting and designing a new school site.
LIVE on Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2010, 12–1:30 p.m. EST
$25 The National Center is subsidizing the cost of the training so it's $25 per site (this means you can invite as many people to view as will fit into your space). Additional charge for more than one quiz for Professional Development Hours (for engineers).
To read a complete description and register, go here.
Topic: School Bicycle & Walking Policies: Addressing Policies that Hinder and Implementing Policies that Help
As key partners in Safe Routes to School (SRTS) programs, schools and school districts can play a big role in establishing a culture of bicycling and walking to school. School policies that encourage and support bicycling and walking can substantially boost a SRTS program, both within individual schools and throughout the community. In contrast, a policy that discourages or prohibits bicycling or walking can stop a SRTS program in its tracks. This webinar addresses overcoming such barriers and developing policies that promote bicycling and walking.
On Demand by Feb. 5, 2010
The National Center for Safe Routes to School partners with America Walks to offer a series of free SRTS-related Webinars.
To view an on-demand recording of the webinar, go here.