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Alameda County Safe Routes to Schools

Alameda County Safe Routes to Schools (SR2S) is a comprehensive, proven approach to getting more kids walking and biking safely to school. It gives kids and parents skills, encouragement, and inspiration through a range of activities, events, and lessons, while also addressing local pedestrian and personal safety concerns.

The 2015-2016 school year was SR2S' tenth year of promoting active transportation choices to students. The program has expanded annually and now reaches more than 160 schools across all areas of the county. Read the Alameda County Safe Routes to Schools 2014-2015 Year-End Report which assess the previous years performace.

The Alameda County SR2S program, started by Alameda CTC as a pilot program in 2007, continues to reduce traffic congestion and promote healthy habits by working with educators, parents and kids to increase walking, biking and carpooling to school.  It has expanded dramatically across all areas of Alameda County, making this one of the largest in-depth Safe Routes to Schools programs in the nation. The program is funded by Federal funds and local Measure B funds. 

Learn more about Safe Routes to Schools Alameda County, including how to get your school involved at

Alameda County SR2S works with students, parents and schools throughout Alameda County to bring engaging and informative bicycle and pedestrian programming to their community.  To learn about local programs, visit Alameda County's Safe Routes to Schools website.

Local programs are being coordinated with similar efforts worldwide. You can find more information at the Safe Routes to School National Partnership, the International Walk to School website or see Alameda CTC’s Safe Routes to Schools Fact Sheet.