Safe Routes Grant and SurveyTop of Page

Menlo-Atherton was successful in receiving a $14,000 Safe Routes to School Grant.  Funds will be used to encourage sustainable transportation choices, support our transportation initiatives and increase educational programs and clubs focused on alternate travel. 

The County Safe Routes program would like to have parents or older students complete the following Surveys: 

Sam Trans UpdatesTop of Page

Please note that beginning on 1/21/18 Sam Trans will combine bus routes 286 and 86.  This is in an effort to provide additional capacity for students traveling East to Menlo-Atherton.  The link for the schedule is:    Sam Trans 86/286.

Pilot Bell SchedulesTop of Page

Menlo-Atherton will be piloting two different bell schedules from January 29th through March 16.  Sam Trans is unable to change the times of their current routes. The PAC and Library are open to students at 7:30 in the morning should they arrive early and staff will be informed that some students may be late due to the alternate schedule. 

If you have questions about transportation please direct these to Dr. Bachechi at bbachechi@seq.org

Commitment to Transportation AlternativesTop of Page

Menlo-Atherton's commitment to a building strong community relations and a greener future starts with transportation to school.  We encourage all students to seek alternatives to driving to school alone.  We're working on developing even more alternative transportation programs to reduce traffic, increase safety, and create a better future for our community and world.    

M-A Student Carbon Emission StudyTop of Page

Does M-A have high carbon emissions?

Goal Reduce Cars coming to M-A

Data for Cars

More Data Facts about Cars at M-A

Conclusion

Proposal, New Carpool Parking Spots

M-A Today! on Carpool and Biking IncentivesTop of Page