All Safe Routes to School Resource Guides are available for free in small quantities. Visit our order page to request copies.
Portland SRTS Brochure What does Portland's Safe Routes to School program have to offer? See how you can get involved.
The Talk How young is too young for students to walk and bike to school? There is no right answer but The Talk will help you think about these options for your student.
See Slow Down: Brake for Pedestrians as a PDF (includes translations in Spanish, Russian, Vietnamese, Chinese, Somali, and Arabic on the back)
Safe Biking Student Handbook A student guide for biking in traffic; includes lane positions, turn signals and helmet fitting.
Portland's Family Biking Guide A how-to manual for all stages of family biking. See what options are available for hauling kids on your bike, and what to know when your children start riding on their own.
Lock Your Bike A postcard illustrating proper technique for locking your bike up tight; includes space to record information about your bike in case it does get stolen.
Skate Friendly Portland Tips, tricks and laws for skateboarding around Portland, including a list of skateparks.
Park + Walk Primer: Not able to walk or bike all the way to school? Try driving a little bit and parking at a safe location closer to school (such as a park), then walk the rest of the way. This guide will help parents get on board.
Transit Trip Planning Produced by PBOT, this worksheet will walk you through your first TriMet bus, MAX or WES trip to ensure a successful and enjoyable experience.