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Safe Routes to Schools

October update 

The common goal of a safe trip to school brings families, neighbors, school officials & community leaders together.  Every child-and community-deserves a safe route to school.

Working toward a safe route to school can help communities:

- Build a sense of neighborhood
- Encourage increased parental involvement at school & beyond
- Promote driving safety in school zones & the larger community
- Gain economic benefits of improved infrastructure, like sidewalks

The Moreno Valley Safe Routes to Schools participating are:

Mountain View M.S. Time (7-8:20 am)

Armada Elementary   Time (7-8:20 am)                                                  

Honey Hollow Elementary Time (8-9 am)

Cloverdale Elementary   Time (7-8:20 am)

Palm M.S.   Time (8-9 am)

Badger Springs M.S. Time (8-9 am)

Chaparral Hills Elementary   Time (7-8:20 am)

Sunnymead M.S.  Time (8-9 am)

Bear Valley Elementary Time (7-8:20)

Hendrick Ranch Time (7:8:20)

School impact

We were able to encourage 8,753 students and their parents to walk or bike to school. The event was a great way to introduce the MVSRTS program and it touched the soul of our community.

 

Number of students per school

Mountain View M.S. - 1,218

Armada Elementary - 683

Honey Hollow Elementary - 658

Cloverdale Elementary - 704

Palm M.S. – 1,156

Badger Springs M.S. – 1,237

Chaparral Hills Elementary - 755

Sunnymead M.S.  – 1,436

Bear Valley Elementary – 902

Hendrick Ranch - 672

 

The Transportation Engineering Division  of Moreno Valley City Hall is responsible for the safe and efficient movement of people and goods within the City. Our Division assesses neighborhood and regional traffic concerns and implements corrective measures to enhance vehicle, bicycle, and pedestrian safety. The staff works closely with the Western Riverside Council of Governments (WRCOG), the Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC), the California Department of Transportation (CALTRANS), and adjoining agencies to insure consistency and uniformity with regional transportation programs.