Frequently Asked Questions of MnSRTS program
Policies support long term change for Safe Routes efforts.
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!
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.
This fact sheet outlines how pop-up projects can be used to advance Safe Routes to School projects, discusses the benefits of this type of demonstration project, provides examples of communities that have used pop-ups to advance Safe Routes to School, and shares resources for helping you create pop-up Safe Routes to School projects in your …
This toolkit includes guidance on community engagement, organizing, building, and maintaining the momentum for a demonstration project
A Resource for the Development of Short Term, Low Cost, Temporary Roadway Projects to Promote and Advance Walking and Bicycling
Policy recommendations for removing barriers to community-centered schools
Detailed information about a variety of treatments that can improve safety conditions for pedestrians and bicyclists
October 2, 2024
International Walk to School Day
Start the new school year with a healthy new habit! International Walk to School Day takes place each October to encourage kids to walk to school--join us!
May 8, 2024
National Bike to School Day
Join the club and be a biker! National Bike to School Day takes place each May to encourage kids to bike to school--will you join us?
February 7, 2024
Winter Walk to School Day
Living in MN doesn't have to mean staying indoors all winter! Winter Walk to School Day takes place each February to encourage kids to walk to school in all seasons!