During the 2008-2009 school year, Wayne State University's Center for Urban Studies implemented a Safe Routes to School (SR2S) pilot project in the city of Detroit. The project was supported by a contract with the Michigan Fitness Foundation, the coordinating agency for Michigan's Statewide SR2S Initiative.
Wayne State University worked closely with its project partner, The Southeastern Village to implement a number of activities promoting SR2S in Detroit, Michigan.
Impact of Safe Routes to School in Detroit, Michigan
|Total Funds Awarded||$3.3 million|