Explore the following resources for additional pedestrian and bicycle-related trainings:
The National Center for Bicycling and Walking teaches Walkable Community Workshops that build alliances among elected officials, agencies, and citizen leaders to create safer and more welcoming accommodations for pedestrians. Workshops can include discussions of SRTS activities at the community's request.
Leaders of the Marin County, California SRTS program offer training workshops that join school officials, transportation professionals, law enforcement officers, advocates and parents at a one (or two) day workshop that provide a clear blueprint for how to develop a successful SRTS program for a community.
The UNC Highway Safety Research Center (HSRC) is now offering three training courses on pedestrian planning and design. The courses contain the latest information from the best national guidelines, state and local practices, and pedestrian safety research.
Many members of APBP provide SRTS-related training and support to communities.