Safe Routes to School (SRTS) is a federal program designed to make it safe, easy and convenient for children in kindergarten through 8th grades to walk and bicycle to school. Safe Routes to School programs educate students on pedestrian and bicycle safety and identify solutions to current traffic concerns surrounding schools.
SRTS resources & activities help communities:
- Build sidewalks, bicycle paths & pedestrian-friendly infrastructure
- Reduce speeds in school zones & neighborhoods
- Address distracted driving among drivers of all ages
- Educate generations on pedestrian & bicycle safety
Gear up for the first-ever National Bike to School Day: Wednesday, May 9th Celebration Part of 2010 National Bike Month
For more information visit their website.