Submitted on Mon, 2012-12-03 12:20 by Deb Hubsmith
The end of the year is a time of reflection on all that we value. Here at the Safe Routes to School National Partnership, we value the simple act of walking or bicycling safely to school, a shop or to work.
Submitted on Tue, 2012-10-02 15:03 by Deb Hubsmith
October is such a great time of year.Everywhere I look lately, no matter what city or town I am visiting, I see more children and families walking and bicycling to school, the park, other destinations and just for fun.
Submitted on Thu, 2012-08-30 01:00 by Deb Hubsmith
This fall marks 20 years since I moved to California. I was born in Manhattan and grew up there and in New Jersey – learning important lessons about taking initiative and being direct - but I always had an eye toward the west and a fascination with the innovative ideas and policies that often originate in California and then go nationwide.
Submitted on Thu, 2012-08-02 14:46 by Deb Hubsmith
I have been thinking a lot about how we can ensure Safe Routes to School, walking and bicycling can continue to flourish around the country in our new “MAP-21” world without dedicated funding. So I’ve pulled together a “top 10” list for how Safe Routes to School can survive and thrive.
Submitted on Mon, 2012-05-07 13:55 by Deb Hubsmith
Jeanie Ward-Waller is a structural engineer who also holds two masters degrees. After working as a civil engineer on building construction for four years, Jeanie decided to do something big, bold and very different.