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SW WA: Safe Routes to School Webinar & Workshop

Many children lack safe places to bike or walk. We believe that every child deserves to safely walk and bike to school. Let us help you create more Safe Routes to School for children in your community. 432 more words


Oregon Bicycle & Pedestrian Plan Opens for Public Comment

The Public Comment period for the Oregon Bicycle & Pedestrian Plan is open until February 18th, 2016, and you are strongly encouraged to review the plan… 241 more words


Funding opportunities for schools and communities in WA

Due by Dec 3, 2015:
Safe Routes to School Bike & Pedestrian Safety Education Grants
To provide bicycle and pedestrian safety education to students in the 6th through 8th grade in up to 20 school districts across the state between January 2016 – June 2017. 261 more words

Safe Routes To School

Portland Public Schools Boundary Changes

UPDATE 11/16/15: Take an online survey through Dec. 1. More meetings added, below.

Boundaries for many schools falling withing Portland Public’s District will be changing from the 2016-17 year. 333 more words


Walk to School Day 2015

On October 7 this year, 4,695 schools across the nation participated in Walk to School Day.  Encouraged by U.S. Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx, Florida students once again stepped up and turned out. 143 more words


Using data to align transportation funding with social equity and public health goals: Best Practice - City of Los Angeles Safe Routes to School

As Los Angeles County considers a fourth transportation sales with potential to generate tens of billions of new transportation dollars, we look to best practices to guide the framework and metrics used to prioritize investments.  310 more words

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80 MPH: Is Michigan Putting Speed Before Safety?

This blog has been updated with a definition of the 85th percentile standard. For a simple guide to this concept, please visit: Michiganspeedlimits.org

Legislators are back in Lansing and are once again talking about transportation. 1,900 more words

Michigan Transportation