Visit the Spare the Air Youth YouTube channel to watch our partner's videos, and videos on climate change, and pedestrian and bicycle safety in English and Spanish. You can also watch videos below to learn what students and organizations are doing to encourage sustainable transportation and improve their commute.
The National Center for Safe Routes to School developed this promotional video to show people Why Safe Routes to School. The video highlights the importance of the Safe Routes to School program in creating active, healthy lifestyles.
Students in Marin County wrote their own version of the Beatles’ “Come Together” to teach others about carbon emissions and what students can do to Come Together Go Green.
This Active and Green Transportation video shows the costs of driving an automobile and some of the benefits of using non-motorized transportation.
Marin County Safe Routes to School created this Bike To School video showing what happens when a group gets together to bike to school with assistance from the Fairfax Fire Department.
Students at Rosa Parks Elementary performed Pedal Your Blues Away for the Bike to School Day as part of Alameda County’s Safe Routes to School program.
Albany Middle School shares their Golden Sneaker Contest, which awarded a golden sneaker to the classroom with the most walking and biking as part of Alameda County’s Safe Routes to School program.
This Ride On! video from the Thousand Oaks Peddlers in Alameda County includes facts about transportation and asks the question, “What could a 6-year old do?”
Street Smarts San Ramon Valley holds an annual Be Reel Video Contest for middle school students in order to teach them how to cross the street safely.
StreetFilm’s video about the first National Walk to School Day, which illustrates how San Francisco Walks to School includes interviews from local leaders and provides an overview of the Safe Routes to School program in San Francisco.
The TGC Action Sports stunt team shows the team performing tricks at Walnut Creek Intermediate School as part of Peace on the Streets RideOn!, hosted by 511 Contra Costa.
Beauty and the Bike is a movie that explores the reasons why girls stop cycling in the U.K. when they reach their teen years, and includes an exchange with peers in Bremen (Germany), where many girls bicycle. The website provides resources for discussion around the movie.
This video from San Mateo County features the benefits and activities of their Safe Routes to School program.
The Metropolitan Transportation Commission filmed a recent Family Bike Workshop with the Bay Area BikeMobile and the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition.
The San Jose Police Department teaches pedestrian safety in this Street Smarts Movie. It is also available in Spanish.