The following publications are produced by the Safe Routes Partnership for use in advancing Safe Routes to School, active transportation, and shared use in all communities. To search for a publication on a specific topic, use the advanced search tool and start typing in "Safe Routes Partnership" in the author field, then select it from the list that appears.
The Safe Routes Partnership launched the State Network Project in 2007 to influence state-level Safe Routes to School implementation and to leverage additional resources and build a supportive environment through other state-level policies.
This report provides an update on major State Network Project accomplishments in 2008, lessons learned, state summaries, and the Local School Project.
This report indicates how Safe Routes to School is reducing carbon emissions and air pollutants.
This report demonstrates how Safe Routes to School is a collaborative effort involving multiple organizations, including state Departments of Education and state Departments of Public Health.
This report showcases how SRTS programs are resulting in the implementation of infrastructure improvements that close gaps in the non-motorized transportation network. Click here to read more about the four communities that were showcased – Avondale, AZ; Bozeman, MT; Knoxville, TN; and Miami, FL.
This report indicates how Safe Routes to School is being institutionalized at select schools, and providing a mechanism to improve student and school health.
This report focuses on case studies describing how ten states (California, District of Columbia, Georgia, Illinois, Kentucky, Louisiana, New York, Oklahoma, Texas and Virginia) are awarding their SRTS federal funds to support improved infrastructure such as sidewalks, bike lanes, pathways, improved intersections, traffic calming, and more.
The Safe Routes Partnership is implementing the State Network Project to ensure program success and leverage resources by creating SRTS State Networks in nine states and the District of Columbia. The following report outlines how State Networks can create policy change.
The Safe Routes Partnership has released a new national report showing how SRTS programs can be harnessed to keep children safe from traffic dangers while walking and bicycling to school.
This resource describes how to identify policies that can serve as barriers or facilitators of active transportation and Safe Routes to School programs, and how to work toward getting barrier policies removed or converted into successful, supportive ones.