Oregon Safe Routes to School
Healthy Kids, Safe Streets and Vibrant Communities
Oregon Safe Routes to School helps create safe, convenient, and fun opportunities for children to walk, bike and roll to and from school. Kids that walk and bike to school are healthier, happier, and often do better in school. Oregon is a special place with diverse cities, rural communities and beautiful landscapes. We all benefit from fostering active transportation for kids. Join us in creating amazing programs in Oregon to get kids, families, teachers and community members walking and biking!
In the most recent round of Safe Routes to School non-infrastructure funding awards, ODOT's Transportation Safety Division had $2.3M to award to local projects for the next three years. 28 applications were submitted statewide with funding requests in excess of $4.4M....
Now in it's 5th year, the Corvallis Parks & Recreation Bike camp director Jay Thatcher gets kids moving in Benton County. Safety skills practice take the students to Willamette Park, the OSU campus, the Corvallis Bicycle Collective, Bald Hill Park, and included a...
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