Active School Travel

Click the boxes below to check out our Active School Travel projects.

City Cycling Strategies



20190418 Tomahawk Walk KM 0086

Explore Your 2.4



20190418 Tomahawk Walk KM 0323

Active and Safe Routes to School - Calgary



kids playing outdoors

Stepping Toward a Greener Tomorrow



Looking for more? Contact our Active School Travel Coordinator, Tracey Coutts, for information on any of the above projects or with ideas for a project of your own! And don't forget to check out the resources below that we've developed related to Active School Travel.

Policy and Practice Recommendations

This document seeks to inform school boards wishing to promote Active School Travel (AST) among their school communities.

These recommendations are meant to be used within each unique school board’s context, anticipating that each location will adapt these recommendations to fit their own needs. Some recommendations may be easier to implement in certain school districts based on the existing foundations in policy, community support and/or committee organization. Other recommendations may be longer term goals to work toward.

Bringing City Cycling Strategies to Life: A Guide to Hosting City Cycling Clinics

Included in the guide are lessons learned from hosting these clinics, a comprehensive list of needed supplies, and a detailed plan for skill development stations (which could easily be used for a bike rodeo instead of a full cycling clinic!)