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Safe Routes to School Expansion. Abby Chin-Martin Alex Jonlin Lucas Smith Rosemary Spracklin. Safe Routes to School. Started 2007 Five E’s Education Engineering Enforcement Encouragement Evaluation. Concord Elementary. Before. After. The Problem.

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Safe Routes to School Expansion

Abby Chin-Martin

Alex Jonlin

Lucas Smith

Rosemary Spracklin


Safe Routes to School

  • Started 2007

  • Five E’s

    • Education

    • Engineering

    • Enforcement

    • Encouragement

    • Evaluation


Concord Elementary

Before

After


The Problem

  • Safe Routes to School serves five elementary schools per year

  • 48.8% of SPS students in secondary schools


Garfield High School


Nathan Hale High School

N


Collision data, Washington M.S. and Garfield H.S. Area


Our Proposal

  • Expand Safe Routes to School to secondary schools

  • Serve one middle school and one high school each year

  • Already proposed in Pedestrian Master Plan for 2020 implementation


Benefits

  • Safety

  • Health and fitness

  • Greener lifestyles

  • Strengthening community

  • Better streetscapes


Analysis

  • Budget: $200,000 per year

  • RSJI Impact: Selected equally from Seattle’s six sectors


Conclusion

  • Poor infrastructure in secondary school areas

  • Safe Routes success in elementary schools

  • Substantial benefits

  • Five E’s


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