Oregon Safe Routes to School News
Great news! Oregon students are getting more street crossing improvements, sidewalks, and bikeways near schools! The Oregon Department of Transportation Safe Routes to School Program awarded 43 new grants to communities to build street safety projects that address...
The new Oregon Safe Routes to School Neighborhood Navigators 2.0 curriculum is out and ready for you to use! The series of lessons are grouped for grade levels: Early Elementary (K- Grade 3), Elementary (Grades 3-5) and Middle (Grades 6-8). Each section has some...
OBPAC, is seeking a new youth/student member to advise the Oregon Department of Transportation on bicycle and pedestrian issues across the state.
The ORSRTS Leadership Committee is committed to keeping families and communities healthy
This past month, Eugene School District 4J’s Safe Routes to School program kicked off a project that is not only amazingly cute, but also has the potential to have a great impact on their education program and the community as a whole.
Representatives from SRTS programs across Oregon joined hundreds of active transportation and public health advocates and practitioners from across the country in Tampa for the National SRTS Conference.