The National Center for Safe Routes to School is committed to empowering communities to make active trips to school a safe, appealing, preferred choice for families. The National Center facilitates communities in becoming places for safe walking, biking and rolling for everyone, starting with children and the trip to school.
In 2016, we launched the Vision Zero for Youth initiative, linking Walk, Bike & Roll to School Day events with communities and elected officials making a commitment to promote safe walking and rolling and to eliminate fatal and serious traffic crashes.
The National Center is applying what’s been learned during our 10 years of supporting and documenting the many accomplishments of the SRTS program as a framework for advancing the larger goals of Vision Zero/Road to Zero. We promote safe walking and rolling by: