Progress in Minnesota: Governor Dayton signed HF4425, a bonding bill that includes $1 million for Safe Routes to School infrastructure grants!
Back-to-school is almost here, and parents want to know if their child is getting to school safely.
Parents and school staff need not fret about the safety of some students walking or riding his or her bicycle to Shiloh Elementary School because there are Shiloh Safe Routes to School (SRTS) pedestrian-bicycle trails in the village.
When Julie DeMauro first moved to Revere, she lived less than a mile from the A.C. Whelan Elementary School yet still drove her two children each day.
The Solano County Safe Routes to School (SR2S) Program team welcomes students back to school and is excited to work again with schools across Solano County.
Students will be a little safer walking to school thanks in part to the Ohio Department of Transportation.
The city of Seattle’s kicking off the school year with a number of new improvements to help students get to and from class safely.
Just in time for the the first day of the 2016-17 school year on Tuesday, East Jordan city and school officials marked the completion of a project that will make it easier for children to walk and ride their bikes to school.
As school year kicks off, Kingston official announces NY has given green light for ‘Safe Routes’ project
Just as students returned to the classroom for the 2016-17 school year on Tuesday, a city official said the state Department of Transportation has given Kingston the go-ahead for the “Safe Routes to Schools” initiative.
Argentine Township and Linden Community Schools are working toward developing a sidewalk on Silver Lake Road connecting the city of Linden to Linden schools under the “Safe Route for Schools” program.
It is back to school time and parents and students are getting acclimated to new schools. Part of that process is determining the best route to get there. If the school is not that far, why not walk your child to school?
One year ago, I traveled to New York City to announce that the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation would commit $500 million toward the goal of helping all children grow up at a healthy weight by 2025, bringing our total investment on this issue to more than $1 billion.