Promotion

Safe Routes to Schools Through Safe Communities Final Report

The Safe Routes to School through Safe Communities planning grant project was implemented in 2000-2002. Local projects were responsible for developing a broad-based, community coalition in order to foster community ownership and to develop a strategic plan for the implementation of interventions.

Authoring Organization: 
Safe Routes to Schools California

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Walk and Roll to School Tips on Including Children with Disabilities

Physical activity is important for the health of all children. Including children with disabilities in the International Walk to School event is fun and easy. National Center on Physical Activity and Disability (NCPAD) offer some helpful tips to make this event a success for everyone.

Authoring Organization: 
National Center on Physical Activity and Disability

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Is the Walking School Bus stalled in an evolutionary cul-de-sac?

"This article argues that in many circumstances the Walking Bus has outlived its usefulness and in some circumstances has become counter-productive. It argues that it is time to let the Walking Bus evolve and give birth to some evolutionary adaptations."

Authoring Organization: 
David Engwicht

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Neighborhood Site Assessment

This survey is part of the Florida Safe Ways to School Tool Kit developed in the late 1990s by Linda B. Crider for the Florida Traffic and Bicycle Safety Education Program, a Safety Program of the Florida Department of Transportation.

Authoring Organization: 
Florida Traffic and Bicycle Safety Education Program

Bicycle Safety Activity Kit

Authoring Organization: 
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)

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"Did you ever catch a walking school bus?" poster

Walking school bus poster created by the Mississippi Safe Routes to School program.

Authoring Organization: 
Mississippi Safe Routes to School program
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"Does your school bus have four wheels or two?" poster

Walking school bus poster created by the Mississippi Safe Routes to School program.

Authoring Organization: 
Mississippi Safe Routes to School program
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An Organizer's Guide to Bicycle Rodeos

"While it's easy to organize a bad rodeo, it's not as easy as many think to do it right, and effectively.

"This guide outlines a step-by-step approach to designing a successful bicycle rodeo in [the reader's] community. Parents, members of community service organizations and teachers were in my mind as [the author] wrote this: it's designed to help [the reader] show kids in local neighborhoods how to be safer on bikes.

Authoring Organization: 
Cornell University, New York State Governor's Traffic Safety Committee

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