Kids and teacher at school holding Walk N Roll signs

2018-19 Walk N Roll Schedule and Information

Walk N Roll to School Days encourage youth and their families to walk or bike to school. The Intercity Transit Walk N Roll program helps participating schools with event coordination and provides each school with a tool kit to support their walking and biking events.

Walk N Roll to School Tool Kits include:

  • Promotional posters and signage
  • Umbrellas
  • Reflective vests
  • Prizes for student participants
  • Printed copies of School Walking Maps (for the schools with a map)

Walk N Roll supports schools by:

  • Inviting community members (police, firefighters, public officials, etc.)
  • Promoting Walk N Roll to School Days at school events
  • Sharing information on social media
  • Sending reminders to school staff
  • Providing schools with promotional announcements and newsletter entries

Why Walk N Roll to School?

  • Reduce traffic congestion around your school
  • Improve air quality by reducing the number of cars
  • Promote physical activity among students and their families
  • Build a stronger community around your school

National Walk to School Day - October 10, 2018

National Walk to School day is celebrated every October. Intercity Transit helps schools organize an event by providing prizes and posters. Schools promote the event, hand out prizes to students, and count the number of participants.

National Bike to School Day - May 8, 2019

National Bike to School day is celebrated every May. Intercity Transit helps schools organize an event by providing prizes and posters. Schools promote the event, hand out prizes to students, and count the number of bikes on the rack.

Who can participate?

Elementary, middle, and highs schools in Tumwater, Lacey, Olympia, and Yelm School Districts.

How to sign-up

Send an email to our Youth Education Specialist Kerri Wilson at kwilson@intercitytransit.com or call 360-705-5855.

School Walking Route Maps

The Walk N Roll program in partnership with Thurston Regional Planning Council have created School Walking Route maps for some of the schools in Thurston County.