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Safe Routes to School: GIVE YOUR KIDS AN OUT OF CAR EXPERIENCE
What is safe routes to school?
Safe Routes to School is a federally funded program that helps communities to improve safety, reduce traffic congestion, and promote healthy lifestyles by encouraging and enabling children to walk or bike to school.
What does safe routes do?
Safe Routes provides grant money to communities for both infrastructure projects (sidewalks, crosswalks, and connectors) and for education and encouragement programs
Why is safe routes important?
Safe routes projects
Hemingway Sidewalks // Warm Springs Crossing // Elm Street Connector // Cedar Street Sidwalks // Glenwood Connector (Summer 2010) // Woodside Blvd Sidewalks (Summer 2011)
Safe routes successes
Increased participation to 21% in 2008 // Secured nearly $400,000 in infrastructure, education, and encouragement projects // Started bike and walk groups throughout Blaine County
Safe routes in your hood
Safe Routes has helped organize bike and walk groups that keep kids safe, take the stress out of the morning commute, and reduce traffic congestion. Call us to join one today!
Safe Routes is establishing a Task Force at every school. The Task Force will help us plan events, develop travel plans, and identify infrastructure project priorities. We want to get a mix of people with varied experiences— parents, teachers, seniors, students, city officials, and police officers. Call us to get involved today!
(link to larger picture: Bellevue Safe Routes)
(link to larger picture: Hailey Safe Routes)
(link to larger picture: Ketchum Sun Valley Safe Routes)