Pedestrian Safety Roadshow

Share the vision: safe pedestrians and a walkable America.

Federal Highway Administration

The Pedestrian Safety Roadshow is a 4-hour workshop for community officials (e.g. engineering, planning, enforcement, educators, health), concerned citizens (e.g. youth groups, senior groups), and local business leaders (e.g. builders/developers, insurance). The objectives are to increase the awareness of pedestrian safety and walkability concerns, provide participants with information about the elements that make a community safe and walkable, channel their concern into a plan of action for addressing pedestrian concerns. It is designed for small to medium-sized cities, although it is adaptable for larger cities as well.

Filed in: Community Problems and Solutions, Promoting Walking and Bicycling, Plans and Policies

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