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Election Results: What It Means for Safe Routes to School and Healthy Communities

Now, nearly a month after Election Day, Washington is in the full swing of the transition between administrations and there’s constantly changing speculation about policies and personnel. While we can’t predict what will happen, we can review what information has come to light thus far and the impact it might have on Safe Routes to School and healthy communities.

The Role of Safe Routes to School in Protecting Kids from Hateful Harassment and Bullying

Over the last few weeks, our country has seen an alarming increase in hate-motivated slurs and attacks.

Pokémon Go and the Gamification of Active Travel

This blog post is authored by National Partnership research advisor, Stephanie Tepperberg.

Congratulations, Walk to School Day Award Winners!

Last week on October 5th, thousands of kids, parents, teachers, and community members participated in the 20th Anniversary of International Walk to School Day.

USDOT Sets Ambitious Goals for Biking and Walking

In September, the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) issued a new Strategic Agenda for Pedestrian and Bicycle Transportation, which will guide their spending and initiatives for the next five years.

Becoming One of America’s Healthiest Schools, One Step at a Time

Guest blog post written by Karen Mohr, Principal, Beryl Heights Elementary School, Redondo Beach, CA.

To become one of America’s Healthiest Schools, it simply takes one step at a time.

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