Pasadena Safe Routes to School is a movement to make Pasadena healthier by helping local
children and families get to school in an active, healthy manner.
In-person Pasadena Safe Routes to School public programming is currently on hold due to COVID-19. PUSD and program staff are currently working on developing remote/distance programming. To learn more email Katia Ahmed: email@example.com
Pasadena Safe Routes to School Program
Walking and bicycling to school helps reduce air pollution and traffic congestion around schools and neighborhoods. Individual schools, school districts, local governments, and regional leaders all have a role to play in making it easier and safer for children to walk and bicycle to school.
Our Program includes:
- Walk to School Encouragement Activities and events
- Bike repair and active opportunities at on-campus Bike/Active Classroom Hubs
- Walking/biking school buses
- High School Safe Routes Youth Advocate Program
- Safe Routes to School Parent Leader Program
- Road safety presentations and workshops
Bike Safety Videos
Become a #PasadenasafeRoutes Youth Advocate!
Day One is recruiting students ages 12-20 to become Active Streets Youth Advocates- interns to join our Active Streets team. Internships are available for both high school and college freshmen. This will be a paid internship with a maximum of 5 hours a week. Students will meet online weekly on Wednesdays from 4-5pm and attend relevant online events and meetings. Applicants will need reliable internet access to attend meetings. For an application email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Safe Routes to School Student Projects
Can't commit to an internship? Here are other available projects and opportunities throughout the school year!
- SRTS Community Outreach
- Tactical Urbanism
- Photovoice Projects
- Urban Hike Field Trips
- Bike Repair Studio Training
- Bike/Pedestrian Safety Workshops
To learn more email: Katia Ahmed / email@example.com
Become a Parent School Bus walking Leader!
A walking school bus is a group of children walking to school with one or more adults. That may sound simple, and that is part of the appeal. It can be as informal as two families taking turns walking their children to school or as structured as a planned route with meeting points, a timetable and a schedule of trained volunteers.
Take our Online Parent Survey!
We want to learn your thoughts about children walking, biking, and using other rolling modes to school in order to help make routes to school safer for students.