Our Publications

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.

Fact Sheet
Safe Routes to Parks Infographic

Everyone deserves safe and easy access to parks, but not all communities have that opportunity. This infographic highlights the features and steps to creating Safe Routes to Parks.

Fact Sheet
Mensajes clave y puntos de discusión

Key messages and talking points for Safe Routes to School translated into Spanish.

Fact Sheet
Keep Up the Pace: Next Steps After Conducting a Walk Audit

Walk audits are a great tool to engage community members and gather information for community planning and traffic safety projects. But a walk audit is just the first step! This factsheet helps you figure out how to use the results of your walk audit to make your streets safer and more comfortable for people getting around on foot.

Fact Sheet, Report
Complete Streets and Bicycle and Pedestrian Plans

Complete Streets policies, together with bicycle and pedestrian plans, are two key tolls used by cities and counties to support community visions and goals for walking and bicycling and health.

Fact Sheet
Effective Messaging for Promoting Walking and Biking

We’ve updated our guide to effectively communicating about walking and biking with a new section focused on equity language and framing.

Fact Sheet
Equity in Safe Routes to Parks

This series of fact sheets offers ideas and examples of strategies to advance equity in every stage of the Safe Routes to Parks Action Framework.

Fact Sheet
School District Policies

One important way to strengthen your Safe Routes to School program is by passing a Safe Routes to School district policy. 

California's Active Transportation Program

This guide will help California communities understand the process of applying to the Active Transportation Program, with our recommendations for how to plan for, draft and submit your application.

Case Study
Large Trucks, Little Children

In this case study, we explore how economic growth and poor land use planning are contributing to the decline in community health for the Inland Valley, especially for low-income people and communities of color in the region.

Promoting Shared Use

Shared use is a tool that property owners can use to fill a need in their community for recreational facilities and increase opportunities for physical activity. This guide covers two types of promotion: promoting your shared use space to program providers and promoting the activities and programs to community members.