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All About Walking

by Quinn Phillips

If you would like a personal response to a question about walking or bicycling, you can e-mail the Pedestrian and Bicycle Information center at pbic@pedbikeinfo.org.

INTERNATIONAL WALK TO SCHOOL IN THE USA
walk@walktoschool.org
www.walktoschool.org
International Walk to School in the USA (the U.S. component of the global organization) organizes an annual Walk to School Day to bring attention to both the benefits of walking and the need for safe routes. This year, Walk to School Day is Wednesday, October 8. Schools can register for the event online, and participating schools receive support and downloadable materials from the organization.

NATIONAL CENTER FOR SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOL
(866) 610-7787
www.saferoutesinfo.org
The National Center for Safe Routes to School, which is affiliated with the University of North Carolina, provides resources to help communities make it easier for children to walk and bike to school. Its Web site has information on how to start and sustain a Safe Routes to School program, a forum for discussing the challenges surrounding walking to school, and live Webinars (Web seminars) on how to tackle various issues. You can sign up on the site to receive the group’s free e-newsletter.

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