The Oregon Safe Routes to School (SRTS) program includes education, construction, planning and equity work offered through collaboration between many agencies, community members, and practitioners to promote livable, vibrant communities that increase physical activity, social connection, and educational opportunities around walking and rolling.
The Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) SRTS Program provides grant funding and technical assistance to communities across Oregon, and relies on partnerships between public, private, and non-profit organizations at the local, regional and state level. Please contact us at info@OregonSafeRoutes.org with any questions.
Review ODOT’s investments in our project/program tracking map here.
Below are banners, posters, brochures, bumperstickers and digital media to help coordinators, parents and educators teach the knowledge and skills necessary for everyone to be safe and confident road users.
- Rapid Flash Beacons
- Back to School Poster
- Be Visible Poster
- Cross With Caution Poster
- Drive Safely Feet on the Street Poster
- First Step Poster
- Five Steps to Being a Safer Pedestrian
- Getting to School Safely
- Look Out Poster
- Look Out Poster SP
- More Feet on the Street Poster
- Senior Share the Road Poster
- Street Smarts Poster
- Walk+Roll Poster
- Walk+Roll Poster SP
ODOT SRTS Resources
- Helmet Fitting Worksheet – English
- Helmet Fitting Worksheet – Spanish
- Look Out for Kids Poster – English
- Look Out for Kids Poster – Spanish
- Safe Biking for Kids Activity Book
- Safe Biking for Kids Activity Sheet
- Walk Safely – Spanish
- Walk Safely – English
- Walking Safety Flyer
- Walking Safely Alone
- Walking Safely Bookmark
- Walk & Roll Safety Guide – English
- Walk & Roll Safety Guide – Spanish