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.

Upcoming Webinars

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Archived Webinars

Youth support for policy change, program development and community planning can be the catalyst to success: When kids speak up, adults listen. 

We are in a time of rapid change when it comes to using data to understand and improve health and safety. Join this webinar to learn how data can be used to inform and support Safe Routes to School initiatives. 

Join this webinar to learn about the Safe Routes Partnership’s new report Making Strides: 2016 State Report Cards on Support for Walking, Bicycling, and Active Kids and Communities. 

In honor of Bike Month, this webinar brings three perspectives on how to help families bicycle together: Family Biking Workshops and classes for all stages of family biking; Parent/youth summer programming with bike share; and Open Streets events.

As the practice of shared use continues to build momentum across the country, we are highlighting the work of three of the Shared Use Ambassadors. 

This webinar discusses the opportunities and challenges to advancing Safe Routes to School in tribal communities.

Tribal communities have much to gain from increasing active transportation.  But they can experience particular challenges to making policy and on-the-ground changes necessary to support active transportation and Safe Routes to School. 

In this webinar, the Safe Routes Partnership’s federal policy lead, Margo Pedroso, will review the changes to TAP along with other provisions in the FAST Act that provide opportunities for Safe Routes to School funding and policies that make communities safer for walking and bicycling. This webinar will include a substantial Q&A session.

Three MPO representatives speak about how they’ve used TAP funds to support a range of Safe Routes to School projects in their communities. 

Staff from the Public Health Law Center and Missouri School Board Association will introduce tools and discuss information to simplify and improve community access of school facilities.