Join Vermont schools in encouraging their communities to walk and bike for transportation (to school, to the local playground, to field trips, etc).
Schools who sign up ahead of time will get giveaway incentives like temporary tattoos and reflective stickers, OR be entered to win five USB rechargeable bike lights
Win 16 bicycle helmets for your school! Five schools that enter their Walk and Roll event(s) will be randomly selected to win 16 helmets for your students.
Check out our toolkit for resources to help your event go more smoothly:
Safe Routes to School (SRTS) is a comprehensive program based on a simple premise: our kids should be able to safely walk and bike to school. Walking and biking to school helps students develop independence, improves academic performance, helps reduce traffic congestion and air pollution, and helps create a stronger community.
Vermont Safe Routes to School has been part of the VTrans Bicycle and Pedestrian Program for almost a decade.
Since that time, Local Motion has served as statewide SRTS coordinator. Our role is as follows:
- Confirming progress through the levels of the program
- Answering questions from school "champions"
- Providing guidance to partner schools
- Sending out newsletters about upcoming events and opportunities
- Providing support with activities and events
- Helping create and update School Travel Plans
Winter Walk to School Day
Looking for ways to support your Winter Walk to School Day this season? Check out our toolkit! We've got posters, parent letters, and more!
For more information and Safe Routes to School resources, go to the website here