NHTSA Pedestrian/Bicyclist Study
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) of the U.S. Department of Transportation is currently conducting a national telephone survey on pedestrian and bicyclist behavior. The survey will be used to identify issues or obstacles that people have in being able to walk or ride a bicycle outdoors. NHTSA has contracted with the research organization Abt SRBI to conduct the interviews. The survey randomly selects a small number of persons from across the country to participate. The accuracy of the national survey depends on the public's participation.
If you were contacted by telephone and asked to participate in this survey, please do so. Results of the survey will be used by NHTSA in its continuing efforts to improve safety for pedestrians and bicyclists. In addition, many others across the country will use the information to design their own safety programs and community improvements. Please call 1-866-780-8528 (extension 5432) between the hours of 5pm and 12am Eastern Time to schedule a time when you can complete the survey.
This survey has been reviewed and approved by the Federal Government's Office of Management and Budget (OMB). The OMB approval number is 2127-0684.