Safe Routes to School: Connecting the youth by foot, bike, and bus
What is “Safe Routes to School”?
Safe Routes to School is a federally funded program that helps communities to improve safety, reduce traffic congestion, and promote healthy lifestyles by encouraging and enabling children to walk or bike to school.
Mountain Rides’ Safe Routes program supports infrastructure projects that improve walkability, bikeability, and road safety in the Wood River Valley. Our education and encouragement programs and events foster the youth’s civic engagement and active transportation.
Why does Mountain Rides have a Safe Routes to School program?
Supporting and expanding safe walking and biking routes is an important aspect of Mountain Rides’ mission to provide transportation alternatives to the single-occupancy vehicle. Safe routes facilitate first/last-mile connections to public transit and provide mobility for all people.
Check out Safe Routes programs, events, and projects on the satellite Safe Routes Wood River Valley website.
Safe routes has helped organize walking and biking groups that keep kids safe, take the stress out of the morning commute and reduce traffic congestion. Call us to join or start one today!
Check out Safe Routes, events and projects on the satellite Safe Routes / Wood River Valley website
Have questions? Want to join or starting a walking or biking group?
Call 788.RIDE (7433) x 104 for Cece Osborn, or email firstname.lastname@example.org