School staff play an important role in educating students, parents and communities on safe walking and biking and may take the lead on other aspects of Safe Routes to School programs.
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Welcome to the Minnesota Safe Routes to School Online Resource Center! This is the right place to learn more about the program, find Minnesota specific resources, and learn more about events happening across the state. Minnesota Safe Routes to School is an effort to improve walking and bicycling conditions for youth and to encourage more …
Who we are Our website address is: https://mnsaferoutestoschool.org. We are a program of the Minnesota Department of Transportation utilizing state and federal funding as its available. This Resource Center is state funded and government policies apply to its development, resources or documents, intended use and visitors. Comments When visitors leave comments on the site we …
Nearly 120 Minnesota schools participated in Bike to School Day on May 4! This national event encourages bicycling (or walking) to school. Gov. Tim Walz also signed a proclamation in support of Bike to School Day.
Nearly 180 schools around Minnesota will benefit from $8,234,000 in planning, programming and infrastructure grants that support MnDOT’s Safe Routes to School program.
The Metropolitan Council recently released its 2022 Regional Solicitation. It includes up to $36 million for bicycle, pedestrian and SRTS projects.
Demonstration projects are short term, low-cost, temporary roadway projects that pilot long-term design solutions to improve walking/bicycling and public spaces.
It was the first week of school when a student was hit by a car leaving Century High School in Rochester on County State Aid Highway (CSAH) 2 while walking across the street to the entrance of their neighborhood.
In Minnesota, when the weather outside is frightful, we put on our hats, gloves and jackets and get ready to have some fun. Minnesota Safe Routes to School’s 5th annual Winter Walk to School Day is Feb. 2 and it’s a celebration of walking, biking and playing in the coldest and snowiest days of winter.