Top Strategies to Engage Parents in Active School Travel

From 2018-2020, the Ontario Active School Travel (OAST) Council’s Parent Engagement Working Group has gathered information on challenges identified by parents, as well as best practices, tools, and campaigns that have effectively addressed those barriers. 

The key findings of this work have been summarized into a report available for download Engaging Parents in Active School Travel: Summary Report 2021 (FR).

From 2021-2022, OAST will be implementing a pilot project to further develop these engagement strategies into a “Communications Kit” in partnership with Urban Systems Ltd. 

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