Program organization

Categorization of State SRTS Applications

Authoring Organization: 
National Center for Safe Routes to School

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February 2007 Tracking Report

The Monthly SRTS Program Tracking Brief is prepared by the National Center for Safe Routes to School to provide information about State SRTS programs. Each month, a different snapshot and brief analysis of one key trend across all State programs is presented. It also provides a tracking table summarizing key attributes from all programs.

During the first 2 months of 2007,

Authoring Organization: 
National Center for Safe Routes to School

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December 2006 Status Report

The Monthly SRTS Program Tracking Brief is prepared by the National Center for Safe Routes to School to provide information about State SRTS programs. Each month, a different snapshot and brief analysis of one key trend across all State programs is presented. It also provides a tracking table summarizing key attributes from all programs.

Authoring Organization: 
National Center for Safe Routes to School

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NCSRTS Six Month Report: 2007

Authoring Organization: 
National Center for Safe Routes to School
Resource File: 

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Safe Ways to School Toolkit

Toolkit created by the Florida Traffic and Bicycle Safety Education Program that can be used by schools throughout the state and nation to create a safer bicycling and walking environment for children. Includes a student travel survey, a school site design assessment, a neighborhood site assessment, parent and student attitudinal surveys, a video, "How To" manual, clipboard, pen and file folders.

Authoring Organization: 
Florida Traffic and Bicycle Safety Education Program

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November 2006 Status Report

The Monthly SRTS Program Tracking Brief is prepared by the National Center for Safe Routes to School to provide information about State SRTS programs. Each month, a different snapshot and brief analysis of one key trend across all State programs is presented. It also provides a tracking table summarizing key attributes from all programs.

Authoring Organization: 
National Center for Safe Routes to School

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Are Indian tribes eligible to receive Safe Routes to School funding?

Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) has determined that federally recognized tribes are eligible sub-recipients of the state-administered Safe Routes to School program. FHWA believes that the list of eligible sub-recipients listed in statute, Section 1404 (e) of SAFETEA-LU, is illustrative for purposes of tribal eligibility. Thus, tribes may be eligible sub-recipients, even though the tribes are not expressly listed.

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Who is my State Safe Routes to School Coordinator?

To find out who your State Safe Routes to School Coordinator is, please visit our Find State Contacts page.

How can I start a Safe Routes to School Program?

While every community is unique, the basic steps to starting a Safe Routes to School program include:

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