From 2015-2017, Active and Safe Routes to School led a province wide study to better understand how children travel to school. Over two years, 305 schools across Manitoba conducted classroom surveys, using the innovative tool BikeWalkRoll, for one week, three times a year (October, February, and May). A school’s BikeWalkRoll score is based on the proportion of students that chose active travel (bike, walk, or roll). BikeWalkRoll data analysis and project support was provided by a Technical Working Group. This report includes a key results, health challenges faced by youth, and actions to improve active school travel rates.
If you would like to discuss this report with the Active and Safe Routes to School Program, please contact us at asrts [at] greenactioncentre.ca or (204) 925-3777.
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