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Youth Programs

SDOT’s drive less efforts include programs for children.

Shrinking Bigfoot

SDOT has teamed with Seattle City Light on this elementary school curriculum to educate kids on reducing their carbon footprint. Here are SDOT’s materials about driving less to shrink your carbon footprint.

Safe Routes to School

SDOT’s Safe Routes to School program aims to improve pedestrian and bicycle safety near schools. The purpose of this program is to:

  • Improve safety along designated school walking routes
  • Increase the number of students who walk or bike to school
  • Provide students and parents attractive alternatives to vehicular transportation
  • Promote healthy, active lifestyles

 


 

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