Livability For All

AARP and SRTS often have similar goals!

Younger and older pedestrians are often the most vulnerable road users — children often because of inexperience, older adults because of their increased fragility and mobility limitations.

AARP's recently published study, Livability for All, shows that when a transportation system is designed that both children and seniors can use, that system will work for everyone…. for a long time. 

Maybe we should call our program Safe Routes, what do you think? 


Mark your calendars: October 5, 2016 is Walk+Bike to School Day!

Walk & Bike to School Day events raise awareness of the need to create safer routes for walking and bicycling while showing the importance of increasing physical activity, pedestrian safety, decreasing traffic congestion and concern for the environment.

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 Click on any menu item above to find articles and resources that will help you begin,

continue or re-energize your SRTS program.

Click on the map above to go to an active map where you can see the districts that have SRTS programs. 

 

 

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