Pedestrian Safety Roadmap & Resource Catalog

Source: Federal Highway Administration

The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)'s Pedestrian Safety Roadmap & Resource Catalog is divided into these six helpful sections:

1. Making a Commitment: Motivate key decision-makers to take action in making your community safer and more walkable.
2. Getting Organized: Establish a formal Coordinating Committee and announce the program to the general public.
3. Gathering Data: Compile statistics to define the pedestrian safety problems facing your community.
4. Developing a Plan: Define communities priorities and specify action to be taken in support of the program goals.
5. Implementing Your Program: Take action and keep the media informed about your activities.
6. Evaluation & Feedback: Figure out what works and doesn't work and make the necessary adjustments to the program.

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