Safe Routes to School

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Walk, Bike, Bus... It's the Way to Go! 

The Beaverton Safe Routes to School (SRTS) Program is all about creating safe, convenient, and fun opportunities for youth to walk and roll (skateboard, bike, scooter and bus) to and from schools. This is important for the health and safety of our kids and to foster the creation of livable, vibrant communities. SRTS programs increase physical activity and improve unsafe walking and bicycling conditions on routes to and from school and throughout the community. 

Please Contact SRTS for any support, questions or to sign up for our Monthly Newsletter!                            

Read a review of the highlights, challenges, and future plans to promote healthy, safe, and active transportation to and from school and through the community.


Summer Bike Rodeos. In coordination with the BSD Summer Meal Program. Bring your wheels, grab a lunch, and have some fun!

Visit our Bike Rodeo Page for more information. 

Summer Bike RodeO Information 


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Latest News -----------------------------------------------------

May 28th, 2021                                 May Walk + Roll Challenge

Thank you to all 896 students that participated in this year's May Walk + Roll Challenge! We awarded over 100 prizes to participants. Great work BSD! #BSDtogether #BSDsaferoutes #walkandroll #maychallenge

Congratulations 896 BSD students walked and rolled to school during May challenge week 2021.
mage of Safe Routes to School Booth at Vose Elementary Spring Family Event.  Table, helmets, owl.

May 21st 2021                       Spring Family Event for Vose Elementary

So happy to be back in-person this month! Tualatin Hills Park and Recreation hosted this Spring Family event for the Vose Elementary School community. We were able to fit over 30 students with needed helmets and provide safety tips and encouragement for walking and rolling. Kids were also able to take a spin on our Bike Wheel to answer a safety quiz question and a prize pick for participating. #BSDtogether #BSDsaferoutes #voseelementary #saferoutestoschool #walkandroll

May 14th, 2021                                             Annual Fir Grove Bike Rodeo

The Annual Fir Grove Bike Rodeo was a huge success! Thank you to PE teacher Mrs. Villegas, Beaverton Bike Advisory Committee and Trek Bicycle Beaverton for helping us make this happen. Fifty families were able to register for timed entry to learn about bike safety, practice bike skills and get their wheels tuned up and ready for summer riding. Contact us if your school is interested in hosting a bike rodeo for the 2021/2022 school year - we would love to help! #BSDtogether #BSDsaferoutes #bikerodeo #firgroveelementary #saferoutestoschool

May 3rd, 2021         Beaverton Safe Routes to School Parent Surveys     

bus with stop arm and children unloading with a sign that reads safety first

It’s data collection time again for Beaverton’s Safe Routes to School program. The purpose of the program is to make walking and rolling to school safe, convenient, and fun.  We need parent’s and guardian’s input into how students travel to and from schools and their impression of the safety of the route is valuable as the city and county prioritize needed improvements for our roads.The following link was generated from the National Safe Routes to School Center and will be combined with classroom tallies to give us a good picture of how students are getting to and from schools throughout the district.The parents survey will be open for responses for three weeks starting May 1st.  If you have not received your survey, please contact your school for the school specific link.

We appreciate your help in giving us information to make our program effective for all Beaverton School District students.


April 27th, 2021 Safe Routes to School April Newsletter


Beaverton's Safe Routes to School Program is possible with support from Metro, Oregon Department of Transportation and City of Beaverton. Thank you!

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