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.
Submitted on Mon, 2012-04-30 14:32 by Deb Hubsmith
May is National Bike Month, and May 9 marks the first ever official National Bike to School Day. Events celebrating bicycling and encouraging more ridership are taking place all throughout the country. The weather is warm, spring has sprung and flowers are blooming.