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Putting Our Best Foot/wheel/skate Forward!

Thursday, May 9th 2024

Walk & Roll to School Day Returning to Santa Cruz County this Spring!

7:00–8:15 a.m. Free breakfast for kids who walk or roll to school using active transportation.

Want to support your child's school with the event? Contact the school’s principal.

*Participating schools and hours may vary, check with your school for details.

Walk and Roll Safely

5 tips for street safety

Whether you’re walking, biking, skating, or scooting, read on for critical safety tips!

Protect your head

You can prevent so many injuries simply by wearing a properly fitted helmet.

Wear bright colors

Dark clothing is especially hard to see for a driver. Stand out as much as possible by wearing a bright jacket, shirt, or helmet.

Light the way

Front and rear lights are required for all bikes after dark – and a good idea for all other modes! Make sure drivers and other travelers can see you on the road after dark.

Identify your route

Plan out the best route ahead of time. You can use the Google Maps bike path filter or check out your local City Map.

Go with the flow

When walking, stay on the sidewalk and follow any traffic signs. Always bike or roll in the direction of traffic unless there are special circumstances. Learn more about street safety.

Share how you will Walk and Roll to school with us:

Tag @letsmodo on Instagram and use #letsmodo!

Walk and Roll School Day

2022-2023 Community Impact


Participants across the county


Miles Traveled


Pounds of CO2 saved!

Thank you to our 2024 supporters and partners!

Santa Cruz County Regional Transportation Commission
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City Watsonville
New Leaf Community Market
Dignity Health Dominican Hospital logo

Help plan safer streets

Learn about current central coast transportation planning efforts and opportunities to share your thoughts.

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Local Voices

Goldi’s story

Hear how biking to school every day helped her son show up happier for class and life.