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A guide to constructing covered bike parking for schools in Portland Public Schools
Reports on student mode share over time for 50 partner schools
In 2011, the City of Portland’s SRTS program worked with community stakeholders to create policy around equitable service delivery. These new policies aim to provide a transparent and effective means of directing the program ithrough 2035.
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Map of the schools Safe Routes to School is currently serving
A guide to promoting walking and biking at your school, including the three programs: Stop + Walk, Walking School Bus, Bike Train
chart that shows which engineering tools affect specific neighborhood traffic concerns, what kinds of streets the tools can be used on, and how much they generally cost
PDF of poster boards used in the Safety Summit. The material is divided by neighborhood coalition.
Safe Routes parent surveys in 6 languages, including the 2007 federal survey and the new 2010 Portland format.
Make organizing a bike fair at your school easy by using this ready-to-go bin.
Quick Guide to Choosing and Using Car Seats Correctly, from our partners at ACTS Oregon
Summarizes the data from our parent surveys over the last 6 years
Provide Safe Routes materials at your next event!
A collection of tally sheets for Walk + Bike Challenge Month including a classroom poster and weekly punch card templates.
Middle school students are very energetic and curious and yet engaging them can be a challenge. How can Safer Routes programs best involve them?