Education Resources and Research

document Look Out For Each Other, Share the Responsibility, Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center
Television, radio, billboards, and other publicizing methods are used in Edmonton, along with targeted enforcement, to reduce pedestrian collisions and fatalities. ...more >
document Let the Bus Go, Then You Go, Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center
Transit agency in Toledo partners with local schools and police department to produce a safety video and campaign for safe pedestrian activity near buses. ...more >
document Pedestrian Safety Education in a San Diego County School, Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center
Bilingual presentations at schools in low-income communities teach children proper pedestrian safety through video clips of their local neighborhoods. ...more >
web Community Toolbox, National Park Service
The Community Toolbox is a set of techniques for project development and community participation. There are tools to get organized and aid with events, outreach, publicity, decision making, and more. ...more >
web Stepping Out, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
This web page will tell you how to maintain your safety while walking - whether you are walking for exercise or to run errands. ...more >
document Bringing Life to Transportation, Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center
City of Tucson uses European signal systems -- PELICAN, HAWK, TOCAN, and PUFFIN -- and education program to improve pedestrian safety and fatality rate. ...more >
web International Walk to School, National Center for Safe Routes to School, University of North Carolina Highway Safety Research Center
The official website of International Walk to School. ...more >
web Complete the Streets, National Complete Streets Coalition
This site contains design guides, training materials, illustrative presentations, susccessful case studies, and further resources on creating complete streets. ...more >
web Design Guidance Accommodating Bicycle and Pedestrian Travel: A Recommended Approach, United States Department of Transportation
This policy statement adopted by the United States Department of Transportation (USDOT) offers recommendations to public agencies, professional associations, advocacy groups, and others for integrating bicycling and walking into the transportation mainstream. ...more >
web Keep Kids Alive Drive 25®, Keep Kids Alive Drive 25® (KKAD25)
Keep Kids Alive Drive 25® is a non-profit safety campaign targeting observance of the residential speed limit. The website provides promotional materials, ordering information, crash statistics, and other information. ...more >