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Making Tracks

Active Transportation Safety Training

Located In Halifax Regional Municipality
Where To Find Us
2705 Fern Lane
Halifax, NS B3K 4L3
Areas Served Nova Scotia
Social Media Facebook Twitter YouTube
Phone 902-538-0520
Contact Julian West, Making Tracks Coordinator, Ecology Action Centre; Phone: * 902-422-0209
Description & Services
Making Tracks helps children and youth develop active transportation skill competency, confidence and safety, encouraging them to choose active transportation as a means to travel within their communities. 
Using an educational leader training model, Making Tracks enlists the help of adults and youth in teaching children and youth safety skills in walking, cycling, skateboarding, scootering and in-line skating. 
Making Tracks uses skill-based, multiple session, experiential learning workshops so children and youth have hands on time to practice and learn, all while having fun! 
Enjoy our YouTube video available above.
Accessibility Making Tracks programs can be adapted to meet various needs. Please contact the Making Tracks Coordinator to discuss more.
Special Information
Tags Annapolis Valley Connect ; Bicycle ; Cape Breton Connect ; Fundy Connect ; HALIFAX ; Highland Connect ; Outdoor Recreation ; Recreation Categories ; South Shore Connect ; Volunteer Opportunity ; Walking ; Youth
Categories - General Bicycle Safety Education ; Cycling ; Inline Skating ; Roller Skating/Skateboarding Safety Education ; Skateboarding ; Volunteer Opportunities ; Youth