Safe Routes at Reed School District
The Tiburon Bike Train
The Town of Tiburon was launched a pilot program to run bike trains along the old Rail Trail from downtown Belvedere/Tiburon to Bel Aire School. Adult Cycling "Conductors" and Volunteers will escort and support students to school every Wednesday.
As a result of the Bike Train, many other volunteer trains emerged. This school year, form your own Bike Train or Walking School Bus and save yourself the frustration of navigating Tiburon Blvd. For more information on how to start a Bike Train contact Kathy McLeod or Frances Barbour (former conductors) for advice.
Superintendent Steve Hertzog (foreground in black) joins the Bike train on National Bike to School Day 2014.
Why Join a Bike Train or Walking School Bus?
Reduce traffic congestion and pollution.
Children will learn how to ride safely.
Offer a predictable time table for getting to school.
Promote healthy lifestyle habits.
Creates social interaction.
Give children a sense of confidence and pride.
Exercise is proven to help children with concentration
and improve test scores.
Walk to School Day at Bel Aire