Help ODOT update their Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Education program

By on Tuesday, November 23rd, 2021 in More Top Stories Northeastern Oregon News

BAKER COUNTY – (Information provided by ODOT) If you are a K-8 educator or Safe Routes to School partner and have an interest in pedestrian and bicycle safety lesson for kids, please take our survey!

In 2022-2023, the ODOT SRTS team will be planning and implementing a new version of our “train-the trainer” pedestrian and bicycle safety program for schools and communities. 

We want to make this revised program useful to youso we are assessing the current state of K-8 bike/pedestrian safety education across the state. Please fill out this survey to give us your thoughts on where to go next. Please also pass it along to anyone else you know who may be interested. You do not need to have any experience teaching bike/pedestrian education to provide your input! Please respond by December 15th.

We truly appreciate your feedback. If you have additional questions about the survey or the new programs, contact

Thank you for your time and valuable input!

The Safe Routes to School team

LeeAnne Fergason, ODOT Safe Routes to School Construction Program manager, 503-910-8994

Heidi Manlove, Safe Routes to School Education Program manager, 503-986-4196

Learn about our program on our website.