Changes are coming to the Safe Routes to School Data Collection System. As FHWA’s Safe Routes to School clearinghouse funding comes to end in 2016, the SRTS Data system will be transitioning to a self-service and mobile friendly system. Because of this change, the National Center requests that all paper forms be mailed no later than November 15, 2016. For more information visit saferoutesdata.org.
Using data is vital for Safe Routes to School.
Be it Parent Survey results or success stories, data can be a very powerful tool for the program at all levels - national, state and local.
The National Center provides many resources and tools to help make collecting, summarizing and analyzing data as easy and straightforward as possible.
Submit your data: Access the online data system to create or return to an account, enter new data from paper forms, and view summary reports.
Data collection forms: Access standardized SRTS data collection questionnaires for paper-based or online surveys. Learn more about collecting, submitting, tracking and evaluating quantifiable data from local SRTS efforts.
Evaluation tools: Access resources to identify issues, improve activities and understand results of SRTS program evaluation efforts.
Find state data: Learn more about about SRTS in your state. Find state contact, search National SRTS Funded Project List or interactive map,* and learn about state allocations and find the funding allocation for a state.
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National progress: Explore national reports, funding distribution, and program tracking reports to consider the progress of the federal SRTS program.
Success stories: Explore success stories to learn about activities and lessons learned from local SRTS programs across the United States.