The early bird registration deadline of May 31 is quickly approaching. This is a reminder using SHIP funding to support conference attendance is an approved expenditure. Many SHIP grantees are recruiting teams of stakeholders who can attend the conference and help lead and sustain the work back in the community. Have you thought strategically about who could make a difference in your Active Schools work? In addition to public health staff, consider supporting the attendance of:
Group registration can be accommodated. Visit the conference website- Safe Routes Conference - for more information.
Minnesota Department of Transportation Accepting Applications for Safe Routes to School Infrastructure Projects
The Minnesota Department of Transportation is accepting applications for
Safe Routes to School
The Safe Routes to School (SRTS) program was created in Section 1404 of
the Safe, Accountable,
This solicitation notice is only for infrastructure projects. The
solicitation for non-infrastructure
The Minnesota Department of Transportation (Mn/DOT) and its partners want your help in a new initiative to shape a long-range transportation vision for the state.
Minnesotans will help determine the state’s transportation system vision for the next 50 years when the Minnesota Department of Transportation hosts a series of workshops across the state.
“Our current financial challenges and aging infrastructure make establishing a vision even more important,” said Tom Sorel, Mn/DOT commissioner. “The Minnesota GO workshops are Minnesotans’ opportunity to communicate their expectations for transportation today and for the next generation.”
The process will help the agency ensure future transportation planning
efforts better align with
Minnesota's Safe Routes to School State
Network is happy announce the official launch of Way to Go, an art
contest designed to engage Minnesota youth in their mission and the third
national Safe Routes to School national conference, to be held August 16 –
18, 2011 in Minneapolis. The contest is an opportunity for students to
reflect on their own walking and/or biking experiences, assert their vision
for future walking/biking infrastructure and support, and remind students and
adults about the importance of pedestrian and cyclist safety.
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