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Safe Routes to School

What is Safe Routes to School?

SDOT’s Safe Routes to School (SRTS) program encourages physical activity through walking and bicycling. 

Engineering

SDOT invests in safety around schools by making safety improvements on our streets.

Education

Find resources for teaching kids safe ways to navigate their neighborhoods.

Encouragement

Learn more about school Walking Route Maps, Walking School Buses, and Bike Trains.

Enforcement

SDOT partners with the Seattle Police Department to install speed cameras in school zones to enforce the 20 mph school zone speed limit.

Funding Opportunities
There are many grants to fund safety improvements or encouragement campaigns at your school.

 

Safety is our number one priority at SDOT. If you notice a potential traffic safety issue near a school, contact SDOT’s Safe Routes to School Coordinator so we can address the issue: brian.dougherty@seattle.gov or 206-684-5124.

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