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Safe Routes to School Bicycle & Pedestrian Safety Education

What's New?

Washington Traffic Safety Commission (WTSC) Bicycle Fleet Support Program

OSPI is partnering with WTSC to provide school districts with the opportunity to receive a grant designed to support maintenance of district bicycle fleets.

The Safe Routes to School: Bike and Pedestrian Safety Education (SRTS) program is no longer being administered by OSPI. For additional information, please review Safe Routes to School Support and Resources

WSDOT is pleased to announce the release of the Pedestrian and Bicyclist Program and Safe Routes to School Program call for projects; changes to the program include significant increase in funding!!  The two web sites provide all of the information needed to apply and information about webinars planned for April 2022.  

SRTS Teacher Training Learning Modules

The SRTS Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety Education Teacher Training Manual is now available through Moodle—an online learning platform. These learning modules are available to all past and current SRTS grant recipients. To receive clock hours, please register prior to completing the course.

Program Curriculum

Full Curriculum (December 2013)

Lessons & Sections

  • Cover and Introduction
  • Curriculum at a Glance
  • Pre-Unit Preparations
  • Lesson 1: Introduction
  • Lesson 2: Captain Barclay
  • Lesson 3: Eyeballs!
  • Lesson 4: Clothing & Equipment
  • Lesson 5: Bicycle Handling Practice
  • Lesson 6: Beginning Traffic Skills Practice
  • Lesson 7: Advanced Traffic Skills Practice
  • Lesson 8: The Walking Audit
  • Advanced Bicycle Handling Lessons