Here are some great Safety Resources for teachers, parents, kids and educators. Shared with us from EducatorLabs Global Road Safety Partnership http://www.grsproadsafety.org/ Cycling: THINK!: Roadsafety http://think.direct.gov.uk/cycling.html (has an Education link for parents and teachers here: http://think.direct.gov.uk/education/early-years-and-primary/) Bicycles | National Highway Traffic Safety Administration http://www.nhtsa.gov/Bicycles Pedestrian and Cyclist Safety Guide http://www.onlineloancalculator.org/resources/pedestrian-safety.php Safety Tips | Safe Kids Worldwide … Continue reading Safety Resources to share
Here in Moscow, this Saturday (June 7th) from 10-2pm is the Officer Newbill Kid's Safety Fair. It's the event of the year for kid's safety. Lots of free stuff including free helmets, free car seat checks (they'll give you a free car seat if yours is out of date) helmet decorating with reflective stickers, free … Continue reading Officer Newbill Kid’s Safety Fair this weekend
Our Mayor, Nancy Chaney was a real advocate for our Safe Routes program and our city of Moscow this July when she introduced Mrs. Michelle Obama at the Let's Move! Event in Washington D.C...she mentioned our Safe Routes program twice! Click on the Youtube video to hear the entire introduction https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=CcivQC8idqg Thank you to Mayor … Continue reading Our Moscow Mayor, Nancy Chaney mentioned us in the White House!
Here is a link to an AWESOME poster that "Bikes Belong" created, and Jen H. at PCEI showed me today (thanks Jen!) Some of the most striking statistics stated in the poster to me are: Adolescents who bicycle are 48% less likely to be overweight as adults! The average American household spends over $8,000 per year on … Continue reading When People Ride Bikes, Good Things Happen
Biking and Walking in Idaho Idaho is committed to bicycle and pedestrian mobility. These forms of transportation provide healthy, economically beneficial and green mobility alternatives. The two modes are also key links within the entire transportation network in Idaho, which includes motor vehicles, transit, aeronautics, and a seaport. This commitment includes developing facilities for use … Continue reading Biking and Walking in Idaho (from ITD)