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VDOT Safe Routes to School Q&A with Kyle Lawrence

This Q & A was taken from the September 2019 VDOT Safe Routes to School Email Newsletter. You can read the entire newsletter: Click here Friends and Faces: Kyle Lawrence Kyle Lawrence is executive director of the Shenandoah Valley Bicycle Coalition, a non-profit based in Harrisonburg that advocates for bicycle infrastructure, teaches people how to…
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September 13, 2019 0

Job Opportunity- Safe Routes to School Waynesboro

The City of Waynesboro is hiring their first Safe Routes to School Coordinator for the Waynesboro Public Schools. Know someone who might be interested?Click for Job Description Click for ApplicationLook for- PROGRAM COORDINATOR PT Code: 1702-1Questions? Contact Us

July 19, 2019 1

New Harrisonburg Safe Routes to School Coordinator

From the Bicycle Coalition: We are very excited to have a new Safe Routes to School Coordinator in place for the City of Harrisonburg. The National Safe Routes to School program started in part because “In 1969, 41 percent of children in grades K–8 lived within one mile of school, and of those kids, 89 percent…
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December 17, 2018 0

Local Safe Routes to School Positions Now Hiring

Update 9/9/2018: The Rockingham County Safe Routes to School Job has been filled but we are still trying to help find a coordinator for the City of Harrisonburg coordinator. Please see below for more info Do you want a (part-time) job working to improve walking and biking to and from area schools? Do you want…
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September 9, 2018 0


When: June 3, 2011 @ 8:30 am – 9:30 am
Where: Location: Keister Elementary School. Gather behind the school between the walking track and building.

Please join us to celebrate the completion of our first Safe Routes to School project in Harrisonburg. Questions? Contact Thanh Dang, 434-5928 or [email protected]

July 28, 2017 0

New Safe Routes to School Coordinators in City and County

Got an idea for the biking or walking in the city schools? Contact Matt Hassman ([email protected]) Got an idea for biking or walking in Rockingham Schools? Contact Kyle Lawrence ([email protected]) The bicycle community is very excited to have two new Safe Routes to School (SRTS) Coordinators in the area. While the city of Harrisonburg public…
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February 15, 2016 0

TAKE ACTION! Lend Us Your Voice to Ask for Safe Routes to School

Tell our VA Senators that you want to preserve funding for Safe Routes to Schoo0l (SRTS). We currently have a Safe Routes to School Coordinator for Harrisonburg City Public Schools and hopefully will soon also have a coordinator for Rockingham County Public Schools. These positions make a BIG difference in our community. This winter, the…
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May 4, 2015 0

June 4: Safe Routes to School Celebration at Waterman Elementary School

6/3/2014 UPDATE: The celebration scheduled to take place outside on June 3 for the completion of the Safe Routes to School project at Waterman Elementary School (451 Chicago Avenue), has been rescheduled due to the anticipated weather forecast. The event will now take place on Wednesday, June 4 at 1:00pm. If the weather does not…
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June 2, 2014 0

Becky Johnston Feature and Safe Routes to School

From the Virginia Department of Transportation Safe Routes to School Winter Newsletter. This spotlight features an interview with Harrisonburg’s own (and SVBC member) Becky Johnston. You can read the entire email newsletter here: VDOTSRTS December Newsletter Often times, schools, parents, and SRTS advocates initiate and implement a Safe Routes to School program on their own,…
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January 7, 2014 0

Join us Tonight,Tuesday 7pm, at the City Council meeting to advocate for safe biking and pedestrian routes to school

This Tuesday the School Board will be asking the City Council to move forward on plans for the new middle school near Harrisonburg High School. We want bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure included in the planning and the funding of this project. Please come out to show your support on Tuesday, March 28th at 7pm. Bring…
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May 28, 2013 0