13, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Governor Tom Corbett announced today that seven Pennsylvania schools will improve walking and biking safety through PennDOT's distribution of more than $58,000 in federal Safe Routes to School Program funds.
What does FSRTS stand for?
FSRTS stands for Federal Safe Routes to School
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Funded by a $500,000 federal Safe Routes to School grant, the upgrades are expected to be finished in time for the new school year, which begins early next month.
Safe Routes to School Another example, the Federal Safe Routes to School program, brings together individual schools and school districts, students, parents, and law enforcement to develop programs to encourage students from kindergarten through 8th grade to walk or bike to and from their schools.
PennDOT uses the federal Safe Routes to Schools (SRTS) program to help schools and communities improve safety and promote walking and bicycling.
The National Center also serves as the clearinghouse for the Federal Safe Routes to School Program, established in 2005, which strives to create safe settings to enable more parents and children to walk and bicycle to school.
The National Center serves as the clearinghouse for the federal Safe Routes to School program.
The National Center for Safe Routes to School, which serves as the clearinghouse for the federal Safe Routes to School (SRTS) program, coordinates online registration efforts and provides technical support and resources for Walk to School Day in the U.
To help schools and communities improve safety and promote walking and bicycling, PennDOT uses the federal Safe Routes to Schools (SRTS) program.