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Safe Routes Philly

Helping communities create safe, healthy environments for students to walk, bike, and roll to school.


As part of Vision Zero—the City’s pledge to reduce traffic deaths to zero by 2030—Philadelphia is committed to developing quality safe transportation curriculum for all Philadelphia children. Young people have an important role to play in Vision Zero, and deserve to be able to get to school, go to the playground, or walk to a friend’s house without fear of traffic.

Safe Routes Philly (SRP) is Philadelphia’s youth bicycle and pedestrian safety education program. SRP provides:

  • Transportation safety education: Pedestrian, bicycle, and traffic safety lessons for educators
  • Educator training: Specialized training on implementing bicycle and pedestrian safety education
  • Program support: Individualized school support for traffic safety education programs
  • Resources for communities: Materials to support traffic safety education outside of the classroom

Safe Routes Philly is managed by the Office of Transportation, Infrastructure, and Sustainability in the Managing Director’s Office. All resources are free and available for use by all schools and communities.


1401 John F. Kennedy Blvd.
Suite 1430
Philadelphia, PA 19102


  • Office of Children and Families
  • School District of Philadelphia
  • Town Watch Integrated Services
  • Philadelphia Department of Public Health
  • Free Library of Philadelphia