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Published on Sep 5, 2012

Safe Routes to School

Walking and biking are an important part of leading a healthy lifestyle, however many children in this country don't start out the day with these activities. Safe Routes to School (SRTS) program provides the opportunity to make walking and biking to school fun, healthy, safer, and accessible to all who chose to walk and bike to school. SRTS can benefit communities by enhancing children's health and well-being, easing traffic congestion, improving air quality near schools, and increasing the overall health of the community and the environment.

Walk & Roll Safe Routes to School Program

Walk & Roll Safe Routes to School Program in Santa Clara County, California, consists of a broad network of public health agencies, community based organizations, pedestrian and bicycle advocates, school officials, teachers, parents and more - all working together to create safe and healthier environments where children can be physically active while combating childhood obesity.

The program is led by Traffic Safe Communities Network and the Santa Clara County Public Health Department, and supported by the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA).

Santa Clara County's Walk & Roll Safe Routes to School Program encourages youth to walk or bike to school year round and improves health, promotes safety, education achievement, and the environment.

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