Show Me the Money

Finding Funding for your Local Safe Routes to School Program

There are many ways to fund community and state-wide Safe Routes to School programs. 

From traffic fines to sales taxes to government and private grants, learn how to sustain your program, and about the new funding opportunities in MAP-21.

We are excited to feature the following presenters:

Bev Brody, Get Fit Kauai Health and Built Environment Facilitator:

Learn how advocates worked with elected officials to fund SRTS in every Hawaii county through traffic fines legislation.

Wendi Kallins, Founder and Program Director, Safe Routes to School in Marin County, CA.

Learn about Marin County, California's sales tax and how it's funding SRTS in dozens of schools.

Leslie Meehan, Nashville

Learn how the Nashville, TN area regional government has prioritized SRTS and is providing funding to local communities.

Robert Ping, Technical Assistance Director, Safe Routes Partnership

Learn how AZ, IL, WA and Portland, OR are using fines to calm traffic, and to fund SRTS and other safety measures.


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