Everything you need for  School Travel Planning in your community.

Step by step guidance and tools to implement School Travel Planning – a process that brings together school and community stakeholders to address transportation problems and increase active modes of school travel.
Get started here

Overview

A summary of how School Travel Planning works, who is involved and how the school community benefits from participating.

Regional Stakeholders

A comprehensive guide to help regional and municipal stakeholders start a new project and appoint a Facilitator to lead School Travel Planning.

Facilitators

Step-by-step guidance to help Facilitators take schools through the six phases of School Travel Planning

Phase 1

Set-up the project

Appoint a Facilitator, identify participating schools, and establish committees to support the project.
View Tools

Phase 2

Assess conditions

Collect the information needed to identify and understand local school travel issues.
View Tools

Phase 3

Develop an action plan

Develop a plan of action based on the issues and barriers to sustainable travel that have been identified.
View Tools

Phase 4

Implement the action plan

Bring the action plan to life through coordination and communication with partners.
View Tools

Phase 5

Evaluate progress

Collect evaluation data, celebrate successes and plan for further project continuation.
View Tools

Phase 6

Keep it going forward

Transition project leadership away from the Facilitator, update action plans and continue evaluation.
View Tools

About Us

Green Communities Canada (GCC) is a national non-profit association of community-based environmental organizations working together for a vibrant, equitable and sustainable future.

GCC has been a leading organization promoting active and sustainable school travel for over two decades. We do this through research, advocacy, training, educational resources, events, partnerships, and on-the-ground programming. We have a simple but compelling goal for school travel: to make walking, cycling, and other forms of active, safe, and sustainable transportation the norm for trips to and from school.

SchoolTravel.ca is made possible thanks to financial support from the Government of Ontario.