Safe Routes to School: Reports, Evaluations, and Toolkits
2022    Report

We've developed state report cards which provide a snapshot of how supportive each state is of walking, bicycling, rolling, and active kids and communities.

2022    Toolkit

This promotional toolkit can be used to disseminate the report, “Making Strides: 2022 State Report Cards on Support for Walking, Bicycling, and Active Kids and Communities.”

2022    Report

We’ve developed state report cards which provide a snapshot of how supportive each state is of walking, bicycling, and physical activity for children and adults as of 2022.

2022    Fact Sheet, Toolkit

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

2022    Toolkit

This resource is for individuals, organizations, and government agencies working on equity and engagement in Safe Routes to School and beyond.

2021    Toolkit

This resource is for individuals, organizations, and government agencies that are working on community engagement in Colorado. 

2021    Report

This report examines how the increased use of navigation systems is directing drivers into sensitive street zones, shifting traffic patterns and behaviors, creating a culture of health that's threatening active transportation, children’s health & safety, and the vitality of streets surrounding our parks, schools, and other community hubs.

2021    Report

This promotional toolkit can be used to disseminate the report, “One Step Forward, Two Steps Back: COVID-19’s Impact on Youth Physical Activity and Safe Routes to School."

2021    Report

This report illustrates how the Covid-19 pandemic affected the health of youth and their families by impacting their physical activity.

2021    Report

This report includes an analysis of the amounts of funding each state dedicates to walking, bicycling, and Safe Routes to School and the source of these funds. Case studies and suggestions are provided for how states can develop funding streams that are dedicated to walking, bicycling, and/or Safe Routes to School.