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NJ Safe Routes To Schools Strategies and Tips

NJ Safe Routes To Schools Strategies and Tips

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From the NJ Safe Routes to School Network. Tips and strategies to develop a strong application for Safe Routes to Schools Funds. To learn more about New Jersey's Safe Routes to School Program go to http://www.saferoutesnj.org/
From the NJ Safe Routes to School Network. Tips and strategies to develop a strong application for Safe Routes to Schools Funds. To learn more about New Jersey's Safe Routes to School Program go to http://www.saferoutesnj.org/

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Safe Routes to School Grant Strategies & Tips
The New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) offers federal Safe Routes to School (SRTS) Program funding to projects that 1) enable and encourage children, including those with disabilities, to walk and bicycle to school, 2) make bicycling and walking a safer and more appealing transportation alternative, and 3) facilitate the development of projects that will improve safety and reduce traffic, fuel consumption, and air pollution near New Jersey’s primary and middle schools. 1. Funding is available for building bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure projects around schools. 2. Any New Jersey county, municipality, school or school district may apply for funds, provided that they demonstrate an ability to meet the requirements of the program.NJDOT has final authority to make a determination on the eligibility of an applicant. 3. Projects must be located within 2 miles of any school that serves students in grades kindergarten through 8
th
 grade. 4. Funds from the SRTS program are provided on a reimbursement basis only. Applicants should asses their ability to comply with state and federal requirements before applying. 5. Applications must be submitted using NJDOT’s online electronic grants administration system, SAGE. 6. Extra consideration will be given to projects in disadvantaged communities and/or communities with a Complete Streets Policy or School Wellness Policy that supports walking and biking to school.
The New Jersey Safe Routes to School Resource Center
www.saferoutesnj.org
Telephone: (848) 932-7901 Email: srts@ejb.rutgers.edu

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