One of the great ways that we love to share resources and expertise is through our regular webinars. Our webinars feature our staff and incredible advocates, Safe Routes to School program staff, government officials, elected leaders, and others from around the country sharing their knowledge and learning on a diverse range of topics.
Join this webinar to learn about the Safe Routes Partnership’s updated state report cards and report, Making Strides: 2018 State Report Cards on Support for Walking, Bicycling, and Active Kids and Communities.
Equity is a core principal of Safe Routes to School. How do we best ensure all types of walkers, riders, and rollers are provided access through Safe Routes to School?
Has your community found success in bicycle education this year?
The Safe Routes to Parks Activating Communities program developed and delivered a webinar to support its ten communities in creating safe and equitable access to parks and open and green spaces using the Safe Routes to Parks Action Framework.
Safety and comfort in public spaces should be the norm. Unfortunately, street harassment exists, with inevitable effects on Safe Routes to School. What does this look like and which communities are affected most by street harassment?
In too many neighborhoods, local stores carry no fresh produce or other healthy options, but getting to healthy foods is dangerous and inconvenient due to unsafe walking conditions and lack of access to public transit or private vehicles.
Safe Routes to School programs across the country know that volunteers are the heart and soul of the movement providing support for walking and biking to school at all levels every day of the school year through all types of challenges and weather.
Vision Zero is a growing movement to eliminate all traffic deaths and serious injuries. Safe Routes to School is a comprehensive approach to making it safe for kids to walk and bike to school.
Shared Use Ambassador, the Ohio Department of Health, Creating Healthy Communities Program
Attend this webinar to learn about our newest individual Shared Use Ambassadors, and how they improve physical activity opportunities in communities through policy, programs and community engagement.