What is the Network?
The Colorado Safe Routes to School (SRTS) State Network is a network of individuals, agencies and organizations throughout the state that are working to maximize and promote opportunities for children to safely walk and bike to and from school.
The purpose of the Colorado SRTS State Network is to facilitate two-way information sharing and connecting among communities and organizations in order to elevate what is working, identify new opportunities and galvanize support for policy and culture change that will increase the number of students walking and biking safely to and from school in every Colorado community.
LiveWell Colorado serves as the lead facilitator for the Network. Other members of the Network’s steering committee include: Action for Healthy Kids, Bicycle Colorado, Children’s Hospital Colorado, Kaiser Permanente, Safe Routes to School National Partnership, and subject matter experts.
If you are interested in learning more or becoming a member of the Colorado Safe Routes to School Network, please email us.
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Sign up for The Spin, a monthly e-newsletter brought to you by the Colorado Safe Routes to School State Network. The Spin is designed to facilitate information sharing and connections among communities and organizations interested in increasing the number of Colorado students walking and biking safely to and from school every day.
Previous issues of The Spin can be found here.