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Safe Routes to School

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Colorado Safe Routes to School (SRTS) uses a comprehensive approach to make school routes safe for children when walking and bicycling to school. CDOT administers Colorado's SRTS program. In Colorado, many communities, parents, and schools are fostering a safe environment for their students by using SRTS programs to not only fund education and safe infrastructure, but also to encourage healthy options for our children that are safe for both walking and bicycling.

Littleton Public SchoolsLittleton Public Schools (LPS) has designated safe routes to all LPS schools, and the City of Littleton is always working to provide safer bike and pedestrian infrastructure to LPS schools with the City of Littleton boundary. Below are the LPS safe route to school maps. Some LPS schools are outside of the Littleton city limits.

 

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