Updated STP Toolkit webinar

We’ve given the Canadian School Travel Planning Toolkit a major refresh for Spring 2018. The updated School Travel Planning (STP) Toolkit was launched on 31 May 2018.

View the webinar recording and slide deck.

New features include a Guide for Regional Stakeholders, an additional ‘Keep it Going’ Phase, Tips for Equity, and a Bikeabout Tool.

Find out about the School Travel Planning Toolkit and how you can use it to address traffic congestion, improve safety, and increase active transportation in your school communities. Find out more about:

  • the School Travel Planning process
  • new features of the STP Toolkit in the Spring 2018 edition
  • keys to success – top tips and case studies of School Travel Planning in action

What is School Travel Planning?
School Travel Planning is a process that involves diverse stakeholders at the school and regional levels in the development and implementation of comprehensive plans to get more students using active transportation on the school journey. When effectively coordinated and implemented, School Travel Planning results in positive travel behaviour changes with far-reaching benefits in student health and safety, and environmental and economic community impacts.

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