Detailed scoring criteria and application guidelines are available to those who want to apply for federal funding. They can be found on the NHSRTS Web site.
Again, the whole process can begin with the formation of the SRTS local task force. When representatives from all segments of the community sit down together, they will pool their combined wisdom to come up with solutions and ensure that all stakeholders are kept informed.
NHDOT s Safe Routes to School coordinator is ready to provide advice on getting task forces organized and help local participants find solutions. NHDOT also wants to learn from the successes and failures of local efforts and spread the word to more and more communities.
Through the efforts of this federalstateandlocal initiative, our legacy will be a new generation of healthier, energetic adults.
For more information on the N.H. Safe Routes to School program, contact:
John W. Corrigan Safe Routes to School Coordinator N.H. Department of Transportation Bureau of Planning and Community Assistance 7 Hazen Drive Concord, NH 033020483 (603) 2711980 email@example.com