Bridging the Gap

Elementary School Participation in Safe Routes to School Programming is Associated with Higher Rates of Student Active Travel to School

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New Bridging the Gap report finds that increased support for Safe Routes to School through sufficient financial investment, technical assistance programs and strategies, and supportive policies help increase rates of active travel at schools where walking and biking is rare as well as at schools already participating in Safe Routes to School.

Read the brief here.

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