We envision a province where all children 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 encourage active school travel. Walking and cycling as a means of transportation are on the decline in Canada, as part of a decades-long international trend toward more sedentary lifestyles and increased dependence on vehicles.

We’re here to change that! 

We provide you, your school, and community with programs, presentations, and events to give you access to the support and resources you need to get active. 

The Bike Rack Program

We’re giving away bike racks for schools in Winnipeg through the Bike Parking Program.

Bike to School Month

Bike to School Month is four weeks of events and friendly challenges to encourage students to ride bikes. 

Get Started:

About Active and Safe Routes to School

Learn about who we are and how we can help get more students walking and cycling to school.

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Programs and Presentations

Learn about our programs and available presentations.

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Resources

We have what you need to make safe active travel a reality in schools.

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Active School Travel in the Classroom

Activity sheets, posters, and ideas to bring walking and wheeling into the classroom.

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Walk and Wheel Events

Participate in our annual events Walktober, Bike to School Month, and more!

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Making Children Count Report

How many students in Manitoba are actually walking and cycling to school?

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BikeWalkRoll

Classroom survey tool to learn how students are travelling to school!

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Contact Information

asrts@greenactioncentre.ca

204.925.3777

Related Events

February 6, 2019 6:00 am
Winter Walk Day

February 3, 2019 11:00 am
Conquer the Cold Workshop

May 7, 2018 12:00 am
Bike to School Month 2018

Funders

Green Action Centre would like to thank the Province of Manitoba, Department of Sustainable Development and Department of Health, Seniors and Active Living, The City of Winnipeg, Manitoba Public Insurance, and Health Canada.