Safe Routes to School. Improving Health, Safety and Transportation. Madison, WI. The need for Safe Routes to School. Fewer kids today walk and bike to school Unintended consequences have resulted SRTS programs are part of the solution.
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Improving Health, Safety and Transportation
Parents driving children to school:
20%-25% of morning traffic
(NHTSA 2003; Dept. of Environment)
Students who live within 1 mile and walk or bike:
Note: Sum of percentages is more than 100% because respondents could identify more than one barrier.
Howard’s Grove, WI
(Journal of the American Medical Association [JAMA], 2001)
Measurably better around schools with more walkers and bicyclists
(US Depts. of Health and Human Services and Agriculture, 2005)
(Institute of Medicine, 2005)
Communities are taking action on behalf of children through Safe Routes to School
...to improve walking and bicycling conditions
...to increase physical activity
...to decrease air pollution
West Valley City, UT
Is the program making a difference?
Renee CallawaySRTS Program ManagerWisconsin Department of TransportationPO Box 7913, Madison, WI 53707-7913Phone: (608) 266-3973Fax: (608) 266-0658Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Green Bay, WI
Safe Routes to School: Practice and Promise (2004)