MnSRTS Talking Points for Public Health Professionals
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MnSRTS Talking Points for Service Organizations
This map displays Safe Routes to School work in Minnesota funded by MnDOT and other sources, including infrastructure projects, plans, bike fleets, Walk! Bike! Fun! curriculum trainees, participation in walk and bike encouragement events, and more.
information and tips on how to create walking and biking to school maps and arrival/dismissal maps for your school–for folks without map-making experience!
Quick tip sheet with step by step instructions to conduct a walk audit to observe behavior and needed infrastructure improvements
Identifies critical issues that decrease safety in the immediate area around the school (i.e. distractions, illegal parking/pick up, unsafe crossing or helmet usage).
to quickly analyze your observation tallies
Download editable templates that include letters to parents, volunteers and bus drivers; planning checklists and sample survey questions
Quick tip sheet on evaluation best practices and FAQs
Basics of evaluation, including benefits, audience, and purpose