Child Pedestrian Safety Projects

The City of Winston-Salem's Safe Routes to School (SRTS) program works to create safe routes for students to walk and bike to school and educates and encourages students to use active modes of transportation. Through its work with schools throughout the city, the SRTS program has identified key infrastructure improvements to facilitate more walking and biking among students. Selected projects would include some of the following elements:

  • Crosswalks
  • Curb ramps
  • Pedestrian signals
  • Safety signs
  • Sidewalks
StreetSchoolProposed ImprovementsWard
Shattalon DriveNorth Forsyth High SchoolSidewalk, curb ramps, crosswalks, rapid-flash pedestrian beaconNE, N
Intersection of Ogburn Avenue and Motor RoadMineral Springs Elementary School and Middle SchoolSidewalk, curb ramps, crosswalks, signsNE
Robinhood Road/Muddy Creek GreenwayJefferson Elementary SchoolSidewalk connection from Bridgefield neighborhood to Muddy Creek GreenwayNW
Intersection of Chester Road and Peace Haven RoadSherwood Forest Elementary SchoolSidewalk, curb ramps, pedestrian signals, crosswalks, signsW
Intersection of Miller Street and Silas Creek ParkwayRedeemer School / FTCCSidewalk, curb ramps, crosswalks, pedestrian signals, signsSW
Hutton StreetDiggs-Latham Elementary SchoolSidewalk, curb ramps, crosswalks, signSs
Intersection of Waughtown Street and Peachtree StreetForest Park ES Crosswalks, rapid-flash pedestrian beaconSE
Intersections of Cameron Avenue and 12th and 14th StreetsWinston-Salem Preparatory AcademyCrosswalks, pedestrian signals, rapid-flash pedestrian beaconE