Summer 2007 SRTS Program Tracking Brief

The Quarterly SRTS Program Tracking Brief is prepared by the National Center for Safe Routes to School to provide information about State SRTS programs. Each quarter, 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.

All 51 states now have State-level SRTS programs in various stages of progress. These range from the 11 remaining states yet to open funding activities to three states that have already announced recipients from their second application cycle to fund local SRTS programs.

Key Points (Summer 2007) - SRTS Spending:

  • Approximately $94.5 million has been spent or committed for SRTS programs.
  • 20 states (39%) have announced funding for local SRTS programs
  • 29 states (59%) have announced funding for local and/or statewide SRTS programs.
  • At least 686 schools are participating in state-funded SRTS programs.
  • All 51 states (including D.C.) have SRTS programs in various stages of progress.
  • The National Center for Safe Routes to School continues to report that the national SRTS
    program enjoys impressive overall success and is meeting its long-term promise.
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National Center for Safe Routes to School
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