Policy & funding

Federal Safe Routes to School Program Progress Report

This report aims to describe how federal and state agencies met the requirements of the legislation; the program’s reach and types of projects funded; and an overview of how state programs are administered.

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National Center for Safe Routes to School

Federal Safe Routes to School Program Evaluation Plan

Authoring Organization: 
National Center for Safe Routes to School
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Considerations for Conducting a Crash-based Evaluation of the Federal Safe Routes to School Program: A Feasibility Study

This report, prepared by the National Center for Safe Routes to School, describes the feasibility of conducting a crash-based evaluation of the safety effects of the Safe Routes to School (SRTS) program.

Authoring Organization: 
National Center for Safe Routes to School

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New Resource: Ped-Bike Infrastructure Cost Estimator

Costs for pedestrian and bicycle safety infrastructure often vary greatly from city to city and state to state, but in general are low-cost compared to the costs of building new roadways.

New Reports Detail How to Work with MPOs to Fund Ped/Bike Projects

The Alliance for Biking & Walking and the League of American Bicyclists have produced two reports to help metropolitan planning organization (MPO) staff and advocates through the process of funding pedestrian and bicycle projects, including Safe Routes to School projects.

National Center Releases Report on How MPOs Are Handling TAP and SRTS

Large Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs) 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 (TAP).

SRTS National Conference Sets Record, Makes Presentations Available Online

What do a walking street sign, a rolling beetle, 650 Safe Routes to School practitioners, and 135 PowerPoint presentations have in common? The Safe Routes to School National Conference!

A word cloud generated from session titles of the 4th SRTS National Conference, held August 13-15, 2013, in Sacramento, Calif.

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How MPOs are Handling TAP and SRTS: Interview Findings

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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