Welcome to the South Carolina Safe Routes to School Resource Center!

Safe Routes to School (SRTS) brings together parents, schools, and community leaders to encourage students, including those with disabilities, to walk and bike to school. SRTS activities and resources focus on improving walking and biking conditions around schools while building healthy habits and safety skills.

The South Carolina Department of Transportation created the Safe Routes to School Resource Center in the fall of 2010 to help schools, school districts, and communities throughout South Carolina to build and sustain SRTS programs.  The South Carolina Safe Routes to School (SRTS) Resource Center will be closing on December 31, 2017, due to funding limitations. The School Outreach Coordinators (SOCs) will no longer be available to serve schools and communities. The South Carolina Department of Transportation SRTS State Coordinator, Rodney Oldham, will continue to be available to support the SRTS program. We hope that schools and communities will continue to work together to support safe walking and bicycling routes for children.

Click here for Rodney Oldham's contact information.

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