and Pedestrian Safety (Traffic Safety Digest)
Examples of state and local ped/bike programs across the nation. Learn
about project characteristics, state and size of jurisdiction and targeted
populations. Brief summaries are provided on problem identification, goals
and objectives, strategies and activities, and results. Funding levels
and contact persons are also provided.
Bicycle and Pedestrian Environment Program
You will find FHWA document, contacts,
links, pertaining to bicycle and pedestrian planning and design
and Bicycle Safety
You will find FHWA documents, contacts, links, and tools pertaining to bicycle and
FHWA Pedestrian and
Bicycle Safety Research
You will find FHWA documents related to pedestrian and bicycle safety
on the Move: Walking and Biking Safely (Kindergarten to Grade 3)
This double-sided tip sheet (Tip #11), part of the Child Transportation
Safety Tips Series, provides information on pedestrian and bicycle safety
for children from kindergarten to third grade. Topics include what parents
need to know about walking and biking risks; setting limits for children;
finding safe places to walk and bike; teaching safe street crossing; choosing
the correct size bicycle for a child; selecting and fitting a bicycle
helmet; and encouraging helmet use.
National Strategies for Advancing Child Pedestrian Safety
Safety Trail and Bike Tour (Kids Page)
An interactive way for children to learn about bicycle safety. Different
stations dealing with helmets, equipment, gear and traffic can be visited.
For those who want to "Walk, " there is a Pedestrian Safety
It Safe: Walking and Biking Safely (Toddlers & Preschoolers) PDF version
This double-sided tip sheet (Tip #10), part of the Child Transportation
Safety Tips Series, provides information on pedestrian and bicycle
safety for toddlers and preschoolers. Topics include typical risky situations,
need for supervision, setting safe examples, finding safe places to play,
use of bicycle helmets, and carrying a child safely on a bike.
Routes to School Also available in PDF
version (posted 10/02/02)
"Safe Routes to School is a toolkit for use by educators and others to
promote walking and biking to school that includes sections on mapping
the routes to school, activities and outreach, and classroom lessons.
The toolkit also includes sample Safe Routes to School forms, press releases,
posters, and other resources."
Bicycle and Pedestrian Coordinators