Safe Routes To School - Engagement

SRTS partners with stakeholders including bike/ped committees, school/district task forces, and local law enforcement officials to promote engagement with the local community to support proper walking and bicycling behaviors are observed and followed in the vicinity of schools.

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Crossing Guard Resources

Safe Routes to School offers Crossing Guard Training materials to help keep everyone safe during arrival and dismissal. We also have an annual Crossing Guard Appreciation Campaign in February/March where we celebrate our Crossing Guards around the Commonwealth.

Stakeholder Involvement

The participation of multiple community organizations, municipal agencies, families, and school administration helps to sustain Safe Routes to School programming. Learn more about the ways to build intentional relationships and what other communities are doing!

Roadway Safety Resources

There are countless state programs, agencies, and funding opportunities that can complement Safe Routes to School initiatives. Check out the variety on our Roadway Safety Resources page!

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