We envision a province where all kids can walk and bike to school on safe routes.

The Active and Safe Routes to School (ASRTS) program has been working in Manitoba for over a decade to engage communities, and implement meaningful programs to increase children’s mobility. We are a leader in School Travel Planning in Manitoba, and our team works across the Province to deliver quality presentations and programming as well; including Air Quality Health presentations, our new Bicycle Education Skills Training (BEST) program and our annual events: International Walk to School Month (October), Bike to School Month (May), and Clean Air Day (June).

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Bike Education and Skills Training (B.E.S.T) Program

Learn more about our new Bike Education program, called the Bike Education and Skills Training (B.E.S.T. Program) that could be coming to a school near you!

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Province Wide Count 2016-2017

Starting in February 2016, the Active and Safe Routes to School (ASRTS) program at Green Action Centre is conducting a province wide count of transportation modes for Manitoba schoolchildren.

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School Travel Planning

School Travel Planning is an international best practice that brings together multiple community stakeholders to identify and resolve barriers to walking and biking to school.

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“Off on the Right Foot” Newsletter

Check out the e-newsletter for Active and Safe Routes to School in Manitoba. Learn what kids, schools and communities are doing to make active school travel healthy, safe, easy and fun.

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Special Events

Want to have fun walking and biking to school? Take part in Clean Air Day, Bike to School Month and iWalk this year!

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Resources & Research

Read the research and access the resources you need right here!

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Related Events

February 5, 2017 12:00 pm
Snow Trek

January 31, 2017 4:00 pm
Chief Peguis Greenway Open House

January 30, 2017 6:30 pm
VISION ZERO Forum in Winnipeg

Contact Information

Lea Grzenda and Jamie Hilland
Program Coordinators

Thanks to Our Funders

Thank you to the Heart & Stroke Foundation of Manitoba, Manitoba Healthy Living and Seniors, Recreation Connections Manitoba, The Winnipeg Foundation and the Toronto Catholic District School Board for supporting our program.