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Miss the WSDOT funding webinar on 2/9? Two more opportunities available!

The February 9th  WSDOT Pedestrian and Bicycle Program and Safe Routes to School Call for Projects Webinar was oversubscribed.  There are two other options available to view the information: 79 more words

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WA: $37M Grant Funding Now Available

Call for Projects Now Open – nearly $40 million available state-wide

The Washington State Department of Transportation has announced their “call for projects” for the Pedestrian and Bicycle Program and the Safe Routes to School Program. 253 more words

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Oregon Governor's Transportation Vision Panel

In 2015, the Pacific Northwest regional policy manager, Kari Schlosshauer, was invited to present information about Safe Routes to School to the (Oregon) Governor’s Transportation Vision Panel, a yearlong effort to develop a series of recommendations to the Governor to address transportation issues across all modes and regions of the state. 505 more words

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SRTSNP Welcomes New Steering Committee Members

6/2009, SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOL E-NEWS, Issue #42, Safe Routes to School National Partnership

SRTSNP Welcomes New Steering Committee Members
Fresh experience and geographic perspective will bring value to the Partnership… 156 more words

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The Advocate: Getting Kids Moving Again

9/21/2010, by Kristen R Steele, Momentum Magazine #47, Vancouver, Canada

In the 1980s, I walked home from school. I liked being a “walker” – as the teachers who were the shepherds of school dismissal called us. 504 more words

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SW Washington: 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

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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

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