Category Archives: Safe Routes to School

2012 National Bike Summit Congressional Meetings

Are you heading to the 2012 National Bike Summit this week?  We have prepared information sheets for our Congressional representative.  We will provide copies to you before the meetings on Thursday.  If you can’t make it on Thursday, we encourage … Continue reading

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Free Walkability Audits

Schools may apply for a free Walkability Audit from the PA Safe Routes to School Resource Center. Any school interested in a walkability audit can obtain an application form online at www.saferoutespa.org/walkability-audits or by contacting info@saferoutespa.org or (717) 763-0930 (ask for Safe Routes). … Continue reading

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Bicycle and Pedestrian Funding is at Risk

On Thursday, February 2, the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee is scheduled to vote on the long awaited American Energy and Infrastructure Jobs Act, a comprehensive infrastructure funding bill.  This bill would fund transportation infrastructure projects nationwide, however a crucial element … Continue reading

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Safe Routes to School takes off

Safe Routes to School: it’s a simple concept and it works! Give kids the opportunity to walk or bike safely to school and they arrive happier, healthier, and ready to learn. PA Walks and Bikes has been developing a statewide … Continue reading

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Walk to School Month: News roundup

October is Walk to School Month. This month, we’ll be profiling the state of walking and biking for Pennsylvania’s youth in a special series of stories. Last Wednesday was an exciting Walk to School Day with schools across Pennsylvania coming together … Continue reading

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