Schools - Evaluation
* International Walk to School
* CDC walk to school day
* Federal highway administration, safe routes to school
* National highway safety traffic administration, bicycle safety
* Institute of transportation engineers, school route planning
- email firstname.lastname@example.org
- or call 888-4COMMUTE
Monitoring outcomes and documenting trends through data collection before and after safe routes activities is an important component of Safe Routes to School programs.
surveys gauge student travel modes before and after program implementation. Parent surveys identify attitudes, travel mode habits, and conditions along the travel route. Student surveys are conducted through a one-page questionnaire or hand-raising in the classroom.
walkability and bikability checklists examine routes for students traveling to and from school. preferred routes are designated, based on the outcome from the checklist, to provide consistency and improve safety through the program. The checklist can be incorporated in classroom activities, homework assignments, or as an option for the volunteers/students to complete.