The grouped categories may not cover the information for which you are looking. These resources have helpful information on a range of topic areas from planning to implementation of a SRTS program:
- The Safe Routes Partnership is a national non-profit that works to advance safe walking and bicycling to and from schools, to improve the health and well being of kids of all races, income levels, and abilities, and to foster the creation of healthy communities for everyone.
- The National Center for Safe Routes to School is part of the UNC Highway Safety Research Center (HSRC), which in 2016 received funding from USDOT to lead the Collaborative Sciences Center for Road Safety, a National University Transportation Center. We work closely with the Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center (PBIC), which is also part of HSRC and serves as the US Department of Transportation’s clearinghouse for pedestrian and bicycle research and tools.
- The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) provides stewardship over the construction, maintenance and preservation of the Nation’s highways, bridges and tunnels. FHWA also conducts research and provides technical assistance to state and local agencies in an effort to improve safety, mobility, and livability, and to encourage innovation.
- The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) aims to save lives, prevent injuries, and reduce economic costs due to road traffic crashes, through education, research, safety standards, and enforcement.
- The United States Department of Transportation (USDOT) was established by an act of Congress on October 15, 1966 to ensure our nation has the safest, most efficient and modern transportation system in the world; that improves the quality of life for all American people and communities, from rural to urban, and increases the productivity and competitiveness of American workers and businesses.
- The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) is a constitutional government principal department of the US state of Michigan. MDOT is responsible for Michigan’s 9,669-mile state highway system, comprised of all M, I, and US routes. MDOT also administers other state and federal transportation programs for aviation, intercity passenger services, rail freight, local public transit services, the Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) and others.
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