Resources

Travel Surveys

Travel survey chart example

Student travel surveys are conducted every semester to tally the modes that students use to travel to school. You can find the most recent survey by school for each semester below.

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Kentfield

Bacich Elementary School – Spring 2022 | Fall 2021

Kent Middle School  – Spring 2022  | Fall 2021

    Larkspur-Corte Madera

    The Cove School –  Spring 2022 | Fall 2021

    Hall Middle School –  Spring 2022 | Fall 2021

    Marin Primary & Middle School –  Fall 2019 |

    St. Patricks – Spring 2022

    Neil Cummins School –  Spring 2022 | Fall 2021

    Redwood High School –  Spring 2022 | Fall 2021

    Miller Creek

    Lucas Valley Elementary School – Spring 2022| Fall 2021

    Mark Day School – Spring 2022 | Fall 2021

    Mary Silveira Elementary School – Spring 2022| Fall 2021

    Miller Creek Middle School – Spring 2022| Fall 2021

    Vallecito Elementary School – Spring 2022 | Fall 2021

     

    Mill Valley

    Edna Maguire Elementary School – Spring 2022  |  Fall 2021

    Mill Valley Middle School – Spring 2022  Fall 2019

    Old Mill School – Spring 2022  |  Fall 2021

    Park Elementary School – Spring 2022  |  Fall 2021

    Strawberry Point School – Spring 2022 |  Fall 2021

    Tamalpais High School – Fall 2019

    Tamalpais Valley Elementary School – Spring 2022 |  Fall 2021

    Novato

    Hamilton School –  Spring 2022 | Fall 2021

    Loma Verde Elementary School – Spring 2022| Fall 2021

    Lu Sutton Elementary – Spring 2022| Fall 2021

    Lynwood Elementary School – Spring 2022| Fall 2021

    Novato Charter School – Fall 2019

    Olive Elementary School – Spring 2022| Fall 2021

    Pleasant Valley Elementary School – Spring 2022| Fall 2021

    Rancho Elementary School – Spring 2022| Fall 2021

    San Jose Middle School – Spring 2022| Fall 2021

    San Marin High School – Fall 2019

    San Ramon Elementary School – Spring 2022 | Fall 2021

    Sinaloa Middle School – Spring 2022 | Fall 2021

     

    Reed Union

    Bel Aire Elementary School – Spring 2022 | Fall 2021

    Del Mar Elementary School – Spring 2022| Fall 2021

    Reed Elementary School – Spring 2022| Fall 2021

     

     

    Ross

    Ross School K-8 – Spring 2022 | Fall 2021

    Ross Valley

    Brookside Elementary School –Spring 2022  |  Fall 2021

    Archie Williams High School – Spring 2022|Fall 2019

    Hidden Valley Elementary School – Spring 2022  |  Fall 2021

    Manor Elementary School – Spring 2022  |  Fall 2021

    Ross Valley Charter School – Fall 2019  |  Fall 2021

    San Domenico School – Spring 2022  |  Fall 2021

    St. Anselm – Spring 2022

    Wade Thomas Elementary School – Spring 2022  |  Fall 2021

    White Hill Middle School – Spring 2022  |  Fall 2021

    San Rafael

    Bahia Vista Elementary School – Spring 2022  |  Fall 2021

    Coleman Elementary School – Spring 2022  |  Fall 2021

    Davidson Middle School – Spring 2022  |  Fall 2021

    Glenwood Elementary School – Spring 2022  |  Fall 2021

    Laurel Dell Elementary School – Spring 2022  |  Fall 2021

    San Rafael High School – Spring 2022  |  Fall 2021

    Sun Valley Elementary School – Spring 2022  |  Fall 2021

    Terra Linda High School – Spring 2022  |  Fall 2021

    Venetia Valley Elementary School – Spring 2022  |  Fall 2021

    Sausalito-Marin City

    Bayside MLK / Phillips Campus – Spring 2022 | Fall 2021

    Lycée Français – Fall 2019 

    Willow Creek / Nevada Street Campus – Spring 2022  | Fall 2021

     

    West Marin

    Bolinas Elementary School –

    Lagunitas Elementary School – Spring 2022

    West Marin Elementary School – Spring 2022

    TAM Crossing Guard Program

    The Transportation Authority of Marin’s School Crossing Guard program is a key component of the Safe Routes to Schools program. The program enhances safety and helps reduce the reluctance parents may have in allowing their children to walk or bicycle to school. The program was first implemented in 2006 with 54 crossing guards.

    More about the Crossing Guard program on TAM website

    Evaluation Reports

    The SR2S program is evaluated every three years to determine which approaches are successful; which can be improved; and which can be replaced. This ensures the effectiveness of the Program in the communities where we operate.

    View the most recent evaluation reports here