Route to School Planners

Route to School Planners

Route to School Planners help students, parents and school staff make informed decisions about their travel routes to and from school.

The planners include a map of the local school walking zone, highlighting multi-use trails, sidewalks, crosswalks, crossing guard locations, and appropriate drop-off areas. They also provide up-to-date pedestrian and cycling safety tips. Altogether, these maps are sure to help you plan the safest, quickest route to school!

During the 2008 – 2009 school year, a Route to School Planner was piloted at St. Patrick Catholic Elementary School and Otonabee Valley Public School. Active and Safe Routes to School Peterborough has since developed a map for Prince of Wales Public School in 2010, R.F. Downey Public School in 2012, and St. Anne CES in 2014.

Contact Information

Jaime Akiyama, Coordinator, Transportation and Urban Design Programs, GreenUP
Phone: 705-745-3238 ext 210
Fax: 705-745-4413
Email: jaime.akiyama@greenup.on.ca

Downloadable Documents

Prince of Wales PS Planner
RF Downey PS Planner
St. Anne CES Planner
Otonabee Valley PS Planner
St. Patrick CES Planner

Partners

GreenUP, City of Peterborough, Peterborough Public Health, Student Transportation Services of Central Ontario, Crossing Guards of Peterborough, Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board, Peterborough Community Police.