Regional Meeting Wrap-Up

October 29th was the first Safe Routes to School Regional Meeting. The Greater Washington network co-hosted with the National Capital Region Transportation Planning Board Bicycle and Pedestrian subcommittee.

It was a huge success  with over 70 people in attendance including parents, health professionals, educators, transportation professionals, advocates and all current Safe Routes to School coordinators. We were also joined by the Safe Routes to School state coordinators from DC, Maryland and Virginia.

More details and photos to follow. For now, there were a few follow up items I wanted to make available to everyone.

Meeting presentations are now posted. For those who would like more information on current Safe Routes to School programs, please see our Best Practices page.

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About Christine Green
The Safe Routes to School Greater Washington region of the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virgina is part of the Safe Routes to School National Partnership regional network project. Christine Green is the Greater Washington regional policy manager.

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