- How to Park at a Rolled Curb
- Safe Routes to School FAQs
- Driver FAQs: Sharing the Road (Chinese)
- Pedestrian FAQs: Sharing the Road
- Bicyclist FAQs: Sharing the Road
- General Safety Tips (Chinese | Spanish)
- Helmet Safety (Chinese | Spanish)
- High School Top Ten Bike Safety Tips (Chinese | Spanish)
- Sun Glare Safety Tips for Bicyclists & Drivers (Chinese)
- Safe Riding on Shared Paths (Chinese)
- How to Prevent Most Bike Thefts (Chinese | Spanish)
- What To Do if You're Involved in a Bicycle Collision (Chinese | Spanish)
- Bicycle Safety: What Every Parent Should Know
- How Children See Traffic
- Palo Alto Medical Foundation Regional Safe Routes to School Safety Tips
Safe Routes for Pedestrians, Bicyclists, & Students
The Palo Alto Safe Routes to School Program coordinates bicycle and pedestrian safety education for Palo Alto Unified School District families.
As the number of students who use alternative transportation to commute (walking, biking, carpooling, and transit) has risen over the years, the scope of the City's Safe Routes to School education offerings has grown. The 2018-19 core education programs touched approximately 5,888& students, or roughly 49% of total PAUSD enrollment. Sample Curriculum
Construction Updates: Heads Up!
The next time you see a construction project on a Palo Alto street and wonder what’s happening, you have a new online tool to turn to called Heads Up! Heads Up! gives you real-time information on street closures impacting our City’s roadways for four hours or more. It’s still in beta launch mode but you can get the information at your fingertips by registering to receive Heads Up! alerts, then by clicking on the a project located on the map, then clicking on "receive alerts".