SRTS Training


Safe Routes to School Regional Training

Children walking to school using a crosswalk

 North Central Texas Council of Governments is pleased to invite you to a
Safe Routes to School Regional Training Workshop

Wednesday, May 1, 2019
Walnut Hill Recreation Center
10011 Midway Road
Dallas TX  75229

Communities around the country are using Safe Routes to School (SRTS) programs to make it safer and more appealing for children to walk and bicycle to school. SRTS programs grow from community concerns about safety, health and traffic. SRTS is a proven way to get kids healthier and make communities safer and stronger.
This course provides participants with the knowledge and skills to develop sound SRTS programs based on community needs and conditions, and best practices. 

Overview of course agenda

  •  Why safe routes to school (SRTS) matters: safety, health, and transportation issues
  • Gathering information and engineering strategies
  • Walk audit field exercise of school campus and surrounding area
  • Developing a SRTS action plan
  • Strategize ways to prioritize schools and projects in your community or ISD
  • How to make SRTS happen: interagency relationships and next steps



Diane Lambert, MPH, Senior Planner, Toole Design
Diane is recognized as one of the nation’s foremost experts in school travel and SRTS.  For over 10 years, Diane served as Lead Consultant with the National Center for SRTS, providing guidance and resources to state programs.

Sean Corcoran, P.E., Senior Engineer, Toole Design
Sean leads the Toole Design team working on-site with the City of Austin’s Active Transportation and Street Design Division on the design, planning, and implementation of multimodal  projects.

Cost: $15 for Lunch

Registration accepted through April 29 or until all 60 seats filled.


Contact Shawn Conrad for additional information.