The allocation of resources will be monitored, and programs and projects will be implemented where they are most needed.
Every intersection adjacent to a school will be safe for a child to cross; streets and signs around schools will be designed to lower vehicle speeds and communicate caution.
Every student in MPS will have quality pedestrian and bicycle safety instruction by the end of 6th grade. Students will arrive at school ready to learn.
Every school will have a culture that advances walking and biking as the safe, easy, and healthy choice.
School communities will be given resources and support to create and carry out the programs they desire and will influence decisions about Safe Routes to School-related actions.
Performance will be measured and tracked against the established vision and goals.