San Bernardino County Transportation Authority (SBCTA) consists of 25 member agencies and is responsible for cooperative regional planning and furthering an efficient countywide multi-modal transportation system. As part of the multi-modal transportation system effort, SBCTA currently maintains a non-motorized transportation plan (NMTP) for the region and amends the plan roughly twice a year. However, the NMTP has been traditionally bicycle-focused. The Safe Route to School (SR2S) Plan Phase II study is an effort to include more pedestrian and SR2S components in the NMTP. KOA is in the process of establishing a data collection strategy methodology for a total of 55 schools, conducting walk/bike audits for the most-needed schools, and providing feasible and grant application-ready improvement recommendations and cost estimates. By providing safer and better pedestrian and bicycle programs, KOA is helping SBCTA not only promote walking and bicycling to school, but also improve the overall health and economic development of the communities across the region.