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Applications are now being accepted for participation in the Safe Routes to School National Course Instructor Training, to be held April 29 – May 2, 2013 in Ontario, CA.

The SRTS National Conference Call for Session Proposals has been extended to Thursday, Feb. 21. Safe Routes practitioners are encouraged to contribute to the mix of plenaries, breakouts, workshops and peer-to-peer exchanges.

Think talk radio is just for radio? Think again. Walk Talk featured three experts who have overcome all manner of obstacles and barriers, and for one hour they devoted themselves to answering your thorniest SRTS questions.

The Walking School Bus Program: A Primer and First Steps is an online audio/video training program that provides strategies and tips for planning a Walking School Bus program.

Which states had the highest registrations rates?  How many schools participated for the first time?  It's all in here.

Many SRTS programs want to understand the potential environmental health impacts of their work. This resource addresses that interest.

 What have we achieved? Where are we headed? How can we get there? This webinar will leave you inspired, energized and ready to take your SRTS work to the next level.

The series of nine instructional briefing sheets for transportation practitioners will support transportation engineers and planners as they work to establish safer walking and bicycling routes near schools.

On Wednesday, Oct. 3, thousands of students, parents and communities representing more than 3,300 schools across the United Sates will walk and bicycle to school to celebrate International Walk to School Day.

The National Center for Safe Routes to School and the UNC Highway Safety Research Center are pleased to announce that the National Center has received a Harvard Bright Ideas in Government award.

A new reporting feature makes comparing data on walking and bicycling to school from the beginning of a program to any subsequent time that data were collected an automatic process.

The National Center for Safe Routes to School and the Safe Routes to School National Partnership are pleased to announce that the fourth Safe Routes to School National Conference  will be held in Sacramento, Calif., in August 2013.

A Safe Routes to School program in Chagrin Falls, Ohio, has been awarded the annual James L. Oberstar Safe Routes to School Award, the highest honor a Safe Routes to School program can receive.

Registration is now open at www.walkbiketoschool.org for the 16th annual Walk to School Day, which celebrates the many benefits of walking and bicycling to school. Walk to School Day 2012 will take place Wednesday, Oct. 3.

The July/August issue of Safe Routes Matters, the National Center's bimonthly e-newsletter, is now available. Read about making SRTS programs long-lasting.

The one millionth SRTS questionnaire from a local program represents 1 million pieces of information being used to identify local SRTS issues, build programs and understand what makes a program succeed.

A message from our director about the new transporation bill, Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century (MAP-21).

A webinar on Sept. 4 will discuss SRTS in Indian Country, and a webinar on Sept. 25 will cover school travel plans.

The National Center has released a new resource that aims to assist and inspire SRTS programs to measure student travel patterns to look for possible changes over time.