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Protect Your Bike
from Theft

Marin County Sheriff’s Office Bicycle Registry Program is a free law enforcement service database of bicycles so that in the event of loss or theft, the likelihood of recovery will increase. It will take 1 min to register. Register online now.

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Safe Routes Partners with
Nutrition Programs

Champions for Change and the Marin County Health Department have joined Safe Routes to Schools in promoting Walk and Roll Wednesdays with a special message to eat a healthy breakfast too!

SR2S welcome tables for students who travel green will now serve healthy snacks and information to encourage eating more fruits and vegetables.

The partners meet with Spanish speaking adults at schools like Hamilton and Bahia Vista at their monthly gatherings to recruit volunteers for the event and then supply them with training and supplies to host monthly Walk and Roll Wednesdays. The volunteers especially like their new aprons. This partnership is part of the Healthy Eating, Active Living (HEAL) campaign being introduced across California.

Family Fun in Mill Valley

A dozen families attended the afterschool bike ride at Mill Valley Middle School on March 29th. The ride was preceded with a visit from the Bike Mobile, a mobile repair shop that roams the Bay Area. The event included instruction and a bike ride on a newly designated bike route along Sycamore Ave. The ride reinforced safe bicycle practices for parents and students, including:

The next Family Biking Day will be Saturday, April 25, 10 am at Brookside School.  Register here for more information contact






Family Biking Workshops

San Anselmo:
Saturday, April 25, 10 a.m

Click here for details


Funding Rolling In

Walking and rolling to school is about to get safer thanks to a new infusion of funds from the Transportation Authority of Marin (TAM). Over $4 million was recently approved for 27 school-related projects through TAM's Safe Pathway program.

Soon parents and children will see newly painted crosswalks, flashing beacons, new and repaired sidewalks, better pathways, and improved intersections at schools throughout the county.

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The Latest from Capital Hill

Two new bills would advance Safe Routes to School funding and transportation safety.

With less than two months to go before the current MAP-21 transportation law expires, members of Congress are championing their priorities. The National Partnership is supporting two new bills: S.705, which would strengthen and increase funding for the Transportation Alternatives Program, and HR 1274, which creates a grant program to support Vision Zero initiatives around the country.  

The Safe Routes National Partnership federal blog has the details on both bills, and you can take action and ask your Senator to sign on to S. 705. With your help, we can build support for funding for Safe Routes to School, bicycling and walking in the next transportation bill. 

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