Welcome to the Minnesota Safe Routes to School (SRTS) Resource Center!
SRTS has many widespread benefits for health, safety and community. Learn more about the benefits of SRTS.
Events and programs are a great way to get started on SRTS. Learn more about events like bike trains or Walk to School Day to get started.
New to SRTS? Find out what you need to know to get started on SRTS today.
Minnesota’s Share the Road safety campaign provides materials, information and resources for anyone looking to improve bicycle safety statewide.
Share the Road’s priority and goal is to eliminate bicycle-related fatalities and reduce crashes.
Bicyclists and motorists are equally responsible for safety. Many factors contribute to crashes including inattention, distractions and limited access for bicyclists on roads.
Here you will find all types of resources including; Maps, Bicycling 101, Hand Signals, Other Resources and Bike and Tourism information.
Your child can start the day in a healthy way by walking to school. This video gives some safety tips for walking to school and introduces the walking school bus as an option for parents.
Just how bikeable is our Community?
Take a ride with friends or family and decide for yourselves if your neighborhood is a friendly place to ride. This short assessment will help you learn what we need to improve. After the assessment you can find answers to that will change our community score.
Biking to school is a fun, healthy way to start your school day. This video gives helpful tips for biking safely to school. Includes overall safety and ABC Bike Check, helmet checks and hand signals.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has put together this Bicycle Safety Activity Kit to provide parents, caregivers, teachers, community leaders, and children with tools to learn the important basics about bicycle safety. This kit can be used in school or community bicycle safety programs or in conjunction with Safe Routes to School (SRTS) programs. The kit contains age-appropriate activities emphasizing crashes and related injuries while bicycling.
Learn about the Minnesota State Statutes for bicyclists.
As a responsible caregiver, pledge to be a safety “Roll Model” to children when biking, walking, and driving around bicyclists and pedestrians, leading by example.
As a responsible bicyclists and/or walker, pledge to be a safety “Roll Model” when biking and walking.
Their mission is to improve the quality of life in communities through the increase of safe walking and bicycling as a viable means of transportation and physical activity. To support this mission, the PBIC:
- Develops, synthesizes, promotes and distributes accurate and current bicycling and walking information.
- Provides expert technical assistance to various audiences to ensure that citizens and professionals have access to the best available information.
- Generates a network of informed individuals and organizations who can increase the exposure of ped/bike issues to the general public.
To accomplish that mission, the PBIC manages several websites, produces a variety of reports, guides and case studies, and offers training and technical assistance.