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Metro regional funding builds support for access to schools

In the Portland Metro region, Regional Travel Options (RTO) grants fund projects that help improve the transportation system through education and encouragement of travel choices to and from work or school, such as carpooling, riding transit, walking, and bicycling. 258 more words

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Creating Safe Routes to School

“Walking to school gives me an opportunity to connect not only with other parents, but especially with my 6 year old son and to find out how school is going for him”.  577 more words

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Support Safe Routes To School in Traverse City

We’re excited to partner with Traverse City Area Public Schools (TCAPS),Grand Traverse Area Catholic Schools (GTACS), Traverse Bay Area Intermediate School District (TBAISD), Trinity Lutheran School and The City of Traverse City on a Safe Routes To School infrastructure grant to address walk/bike barriers around our neighborhood schools. 371 more words

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$33 million for walking, biking and moving freight in the Portland region: VOTE

Help decide how $33m will be spent on projects to improve walking, biking and moving freight. Could part of it be spent near you to improve ways of getting around for your family? 224 more words

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Safe Routes to Schools Project Needs Your Comments!

The time to comment in support of Brentwood-Darlington’s Safe Routes to Schools and Greenway project is now through November 7th!

Below is a message from Meesa Long, the champion of this project: 172 more words

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Traverse City Safe Routes To School on Michigan Radio

In case you missed it, our co-founder, Ty Schmidt, recently talked with Stateside’s Cynthia Canty about the importance of active, happy, ready-to-learn kids getting themselves to school in Traverse City. 60 more words

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Traverse City Smashes Walk To School Day Record

With the support of an entire community – elected officials, police officers, school district administrators, principals, teachers, parents, sponsors, community partners and many, many volunteers – Traverse City students obliterated the old Walk To School Day record (528 in 2015) with an incredible 847 today. 207 more words