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Each year students from schools in more than 40 countries join together to celebrate walking and bicycling during Walk to School Day and Month in October. Organizing your students for Walk to School Day or another walking event is a great way to invigorate an existing Safe Routes to School program or kick off a new one. This webinar will highlight a unique and fun Walk to School event and provide tips on how to get the word out, involve media, and bring attention to your celebration. When: Tuesday, September 20, 1-2 p.m. EDT Presenters: 
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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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The National Center for Safe Routes to School has developed a promotional video to highlight the reasons "Why Safe Routes to School Matter." The video highlights why the United States has seen a decrease in walking and bicycling to school, the consequences of this decrease and the ways Safe Routes to School are a part of the solution. Use this video to promote safe walking and bicycling to school within your community and to give an overview of the basics of Safe Routes to School.
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Kids on Wheels documents the 2011 pilot year of Bike ED, a bicycle education program at all nine public elementary schools in Fayetteville, Arkansas conducted by the Bicycle Coalition of the Ozarks with a grant from Arkansas Safe Routes to School. Produced by Dan Dean and Ekaterina Romanova.  
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