On September 17th, the newly designed Georgia Safe Routes to School Resource Center website was unveiled:

The site was developed through an interative process inclusive of review from key stakeholders, including parents and educators. The site was designed to serve as a key resource for schools to use in accompaniment with guidance from their School Outreach Coordinator. Included on the website is a list of current GA SRTS Resource Center Partner Schools and Friends of the Resource Center; downloadable marketing support materials, such as punch cards, stickers and flyers; an uptodate event calendar; and the Resource Center’s newsletter Wayfinding.

Wayfinding was provided to key stakeholders and to the School Outreach Coordinators for distribution locally and to school district officials. The inaugural issue included both administrative information (like contact data and short bios for each of the School Outreach Coordinators), as well as key features. Readers will get an overview of the SRTS program, information on International Walk to School Day, a list of Partners and events, and a welcome letter from the Georgia Department of Transportation Commissioner, Vance Smith, Jr.

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