Can children walk around your town?

Can children walk around your town?

How to address walkability with traffic safety solutions When analyzing walkability, it is important to get on the ground and see your city from the perspectives of those who walk it. To help explore walkability for children, find your inner child (easier for some...
Washington State Grants for School Zones Available Now

Washington State Grants for School Zones Available Now

Apply for school zone walk improvement project grants and law enforcement grants for school zones The Washington Traffic Safety Commission (WTSC) offers grants to keep kids safe when traveling to and from school, and a deadline is approaching for one of these funding...
Funding Outside the Box

Funding Outside the Box

You missed the deadline. Your project doesn’t qualify. You simply didn’t make the cut. Whatever reason you were unable to get the federal or state grants you applied for this year, there is still ample opportunity to find the funding you need. Rural projects are now...
Apply for a Traffic Safety Project Grant in 7 Steps

Apply for a Traffic Safety Project Grant in 7 Steps

When it comes to infrastructure improvements in the community, the price tag can deter decisionmakers from considering bigger projects. With municipal budgets already stretched thin, there may not be enough to get the job done. State and federal funding can help fill...
What Is Traffic Calming?

What Is Traffic Calming?

Changing the mindset of “streets are for cars” to “streets are for people.” Traffic calming is the use of physical road design and/or other measures to slow vehicles as they move through urban, commercial, and residential neighborhoods. It makes humans a priority over...