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Safe Routes to School Safety and Mobility Analysis


  • Orenstein, Marla R.
  • Gutierrez, Nicolas
  • Rice, Thomas M.
  • Cooper, Jill F.
  • Ragland, David R.


This report evaluates the SR2S program for a number of mandated issues: (i) The effectiveness of the program in reducing crashes, injuries and fatalities involving children in the vicinity of the projects; (ii) The impact of the program on levels of walking and bicycling to school; and (iii) The safety benefits of the program in comparison with other highway safety programs.

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  • Orenstein, Marla R. & Gutierrez, Nicolas & Rice, Thomas M. & Cooper, Jill F. & Ragland, David R., 2007. "Safe Routes to School Safety and Mobility Analysis," Institute of Transportation Studies, Research Reports, Working Papers, Proceedings qt5455454c, Institute of Transportation Studies, UC Berkeley.
  • Handle: RePEc:cdl:itsrrp:qt5455454c

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