Bike Train Guides

URL: http://walkbiketoschool.org/keep-going/ongoing-activities/bike-trains
Summary: This page links to a number of guides on Bike Train Implementation. A Bike Train is an organized bike ride to and from school. It is supervised by chaperones who work with students to assure everyone’s safety and fun. Students may begin riding to school from one designated location, or be picked up at designated stops along the way.
Highlights: This page has links to the following resources. Bicycling to School Together, A Bike Train Planning Guide was developed by the National Center for Safe Routes to School in partnership with Schwinn's Helmets on Heads program. Maine Safe Routes to School Program’s Bike Train Guide This "Get on the Bike Train" booklet was developed by the Maine Safe Routes to School Program with special thanks on content from the Community Bicycle Center in Biddeford and the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition, and is published by the Maine Department of Transportation (MaineDOT) and the Bicycle Coalition of Maine (BCM) as an aid to schools and other organizations. Atlanta Bicycle Coalition’s Guidelines for Bike Train “Engineers” and “Cabooses”
Topics: Environment:, Sustainable transportation
Resource Type: strategies and interventions, training and toolkits
Publisher: U.S. National Center for Safe Routes to School
Date Last Updated: 2015-05-06 16:38:14

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