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Safe Routes to School (SRTS) programs support families choosing to walk, roll, bike, and carpool to school. SRTS activities help cut traffic congestion and make it easier and more fun for families to share the trip to school. Use King County Metro’s Safe Routes to School toolkit and resources to get started.

Everything you need to develop and carry out your own SRTS program at your school.
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Coalition-Building Guidebook
Create, implement, and sustain a team of engaged volunteers to lead local SRTS effort.
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Toolkit Contents

Safe Routes to School Toolkit: Main Section

Browse, print, and share activities, templates, and other resources available in this toolkit to promote and create a Safe Routes to School program or event at your school.

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Appendix B: Implementation Toolkit

The Implementation Toolkit guides the what, who, when, and how to organize and implement the various Safe Routes to School activities described in the Toolkit. Guidance on equity and accessibility is also provided to support you in making these activities and programs more inclusive.

Download these King County SchoolPool guides to get a specific program or event started:

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