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Walking Safely Near Traffic – Keeping Children Safe

Children younger than 14 years of age are at risk of being involved in traffic related pedestrian crashes because of their size and cognitive ability. Whether it is a walk to school or the park, pedestrian survival skills are a must. Walking is a child’s first form of transportation. A child will walk long before he or she will ride a bicycle or even drive a vehicle. +READ MORE

Supervise Young Children Near Traffic

Teach children safe pedestrian behavior and supervise them when they are near moving vehicles. Walk with children frequently to help them develop safe walking behaviors. + READ MORE

Drivers and Pedestrians Safely Sharing the Road

Pedestrian safety is a two-way street that involves equal respect and equal responsibility. Everyone is a pedestrian, whether they are walking in a parking lot, crosswalk, or on the road. +READ MORE

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