Student Health Improved by Safe Routes to School

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's new Health in Five Years or Hi-5 (high-five), highlights a list of non-clinical community wide approaches with a proven track record. A current example of how state and local level organizations have implemented a Hi-5 program is the Safe Routes to School (SRTS) program.

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New Safety Device Saves Children’s Lives with Made in the U.S. Products, Creates More Jobs for Veterans

LOS ANGELES, Calif. — Public Transportation Safety International (PTS), innovator of pedestrian safety, announces the release of its first safety shield for school buses that prevents fatalities and injuries to children. “On average, there are three to 12 preventable fatalities each year that occur under the rear wheels of school buses,” said Mark B. Barron, inventor of the shield and CEO of PST.