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Introduction Ebenezer Avenue Elementary School is unique within the Rock Hill School District as the only elementary school to include sixth grade. When the principal and SRTS Team assembled in 2012 to discuss how to increase the number of students walking to school, they went straight to the source by engaging the sixth grade students. Activities
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Soon after the establishment of the Federal SRTS Program in 2006, the National Center for Safe Routes to School launched a data collection system to support local program planning and evaluation and to monitor student commute patterns nationwide. Seven years after the start of the Federal program, the National Center analyzed more than 525,000 parent surveys from nearly 4,700 schools to look for changes in travel patterns and parent perceptions about walking to school.
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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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