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In August, the National Center for Safe Routes to School enhanced the data collection system for student travel tallies and parent surveys. This webinar will highlight the updated, more intuitive navigation for existing functions, such as adding schools to the system, creating travel tallies and parent surveys, running the summary and comparison reports, and requesting and granting permission access to a school.
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PennDOT's video series for pedestrian safety features the following four videos available on the PennDOT YouTube Channel and on the Just Drive PA website: "Close Call" teaches young drivers how and why to safely operate a motor vehicle in relation to pedestrians.
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Large Metropolitan Planning Organizations are taking on a new role in supporting bicycling, walking, and Safe Routes to School as they begin to administer a portion of the new federal Transportation Alternatives program.  
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For many students and families, a lack of sidewalks and pedestrian-friendly crossings are what stands in the way of walking to school. Infrastructure improvements can make a powerful difference in safety and overall appeal for walking, but construction projects can be expensive and can take a long time from funding to design, permitting, and completion.
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The National Center for Safe Routes to School and the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) have created a series of nine instructional briefing sheets for transportation practitioners to use for Safe Routes to School (SRTS) program planning and implementation. The briefing sheets will support transportation engineers and planners as they work to establish safer walking and bicycling routes near schools. The series includes the following topics:
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Sometimes children do know best. Most children love spending time outdoors and there’s research that’s established the benefits children get from spending time outside and near nature. But did you know that you can harness the value of play and time spent outdoors to increase support for walking and bicycling to school?
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Putting high school students “in the driver’s seat” to promote walking and bicycling can make all the difference. Capture the energy and creativity of  high school students so they can  discover  and  share the  benefits of walking and bicycling with their peers.  Hear about the benefits of involving teens – some of the reasons might surprise you! – and get specific road-tested strategies for keeping them interested.
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Bike to School Day is coming… are you feeling it!? Last year hundreds of schools participated in the first ever National Bike to School Day event. Students, parents, and safe routes organizers across the country took off the training wheels and figured out how to balance a two-wheeled event; turned out to be just as fun, media-friendly, and energizing as Walk to School Day! If you’re hesitating to start a Bike to School event because you aren’t quite sure how to pull it off, this webinar is for you. 
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