The city of Portland, Ore., recognized nationally for its walking and bicycling programs, was selected through a competitive application process to host the 2nd Safe Routes to School National Conference in 2009.
The National Safe Routes to School Task Force has released its final report, Safe Routes to School: A Transportation Legacy - A National Strategy to Increase Safety and Physical Activity among American Youth.
The National Center for Safe Routes to School is now accepting applications for participation in the Safe Routes to School (SRTS) National Course Instructor Training to be held October 27 - 30, 2008 in Evanston, IL.
Registration is open for 2008 International Walk to School, an international event where communities from over 40 countries join together to walk and bicycle to school. Walk to School Day is October 8, 2008.
America Walks and the National Center for Safe Routes to School present the next Network Webinar. The next topic will beSidewalk Safety Smarts: WalkBoston's Guide to Safety Training for Second Graders.
The National Center for Safe Routes to School and the Safe Routes to School National Partnership proudly present the 1st Safe Routes to School National Conference: Creating, Building and Sustaining Momentum.
The Auburn School District Transportation Department’s “Partnership Approach to Safe Routes to School” program has been declared a Top 50 Program of the 2008 Innovations in American Government Awards competition.
America Walks and the National Center for Safe Routes to School present the next Safe Routes Coaching Action Network Webinar. The next topic will be: “Who Cares About Safe Routes? How to Make the Case in Your Community".