Last Days to Register: Shared Use and SRTS Workshops!

Deadlines for the Shared Use and Safe Routes to School workshops are fast approaching – reserve your spot today to learn more about how these

evidence-based practices can improve health, connectivity and community engagement in Ohio!  Visit the Workshops page to learn more and to register!Flyer 3

Shared Use Workshop –CANCELLED, rescheduled as a webinar series beginning June 20! More information will be posted!

Deadline for SRTS Workshop – Friday, May 9, 2014 – This is a GO!  Register NOW to attend this workshop!

Welcome to the Ohio Safe Routes Network!

The Ohio Safe Routes Network is part of the Safe Routes to School National Partnership, fast-growing network of hundreds of organizations, government agencies and professional groups working to set goals, share best practices, leverage infrastructure and program funding and advance policy change to help agencies that implement Safe Routes to School programs. To learn more about the National Partnership, click here.

The Ohio Safe Routes Network is part of a seven state network project initiated with funds from the Robert Wood Johnston Foundation  to advance state-level policy reform in seven states (CA, FL, MS, NC, NJ, OH and TN), which will result in the award and obligation of federal transportation funds, street-scale improvements and shared-use agreements. Each of the seven states has a full-time advocacy organizer working for the National Partnership. The seven states were selected based on need and their capacity to succeed with the program goals.