Safe Routes to School

    Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS), in coordination with the County of Loudoun, participates in the federally funded Virginia Safe Routes to School (SRTS) program.  The federal SRTS program was established to enable and encourage children to walk and bicycle to school, promote a healthier and more active lifestyle from an early age, and facilitate the implementation of projects that will not only improve safety but also reduce traffic, fuel consumption, and air pollution near schools. 

    In 2014 and 2015, LCPS received SRTS funding of $1,035,747, including the local twenty percent (20%) match, for the improvement of sidewalks and trails for student- and parent-use at within select school walk zones.

    Through this program, improvements have been made within the walk zones of Mill Run Elementary School, Broad Run High School, and Stone Bridge High School.  LCPS staff is presently evaluating potential pedestrian improvements at additional schools. Current funding resources of approximately $685,000, including the local twenty percent (20%) match, are available. 


    Countryside Elementary School Pedestrian Access:

    Community Information Meeting Notice - January 27, 2020 Updated Map 1/23/20

    BoS/LCSB SRTS Joint Resolution Request - July 18, 2019

    BoS SRTS Sidewalk and Trail Project for Countryside ES - July 18, 2019

    Countryside ES Proposed Pedestrian Crosswalk - June 19, 2019 Updated Map 1/23/20

    LCSB SRTS Project Funding - April 23, 2019  



    Click here to submit a question about the SRTS program.






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