Drive Kind Ride Kind
– This campaign was jointly developed by Please BE KIND to Cyclists (Please BE KIND) and the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) to promote safe driving practices by motorists as they share Texas roads with vulnerable road users such as cyclists and pedestrians. This campaign includes educational videos, infographics, and resources for your community.
Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety
– Resources from the Federal Highways Administration (FHWA) include Pedestrian Safety Strategic Plans, information on Pedestrian Safety Focus States and Cities, crash facts, tools to diagnose and solve problems, education and outreach, pedestrians and transit, pedestrian safety in communities, legislation and guidelines, research, webinars, and Hispanic pedestrian and bicyclist safety in Spanish.
AARP’s Pedestrian Mobility and Safety Audit Guide
– This guide is a tool for auditors to be familiarized with technical, administrative, regulatory, social and behavioral issues related to pedestrian safety and mobility at intersections and road segments.
Identifying Barriers to Understanding Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Laws
– Resources from Texas A&M Transportation Institute (TTI) exploring and identifying barriers to pedestrian and bicycle safety laws in Texas include motorist
fact sheet links. Test your knowledge by taking a quiz
of pedestrian and safety laws! Printed copies are also available through TTI.
North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG) Publications - The Sustainable Development Program area has put together several handouts and fact sheets for biking and walking safely in our region. These materials can be provided as handouts at educational events and fairs and some can be modified to include your agency logo. Also available are give-away items such as safety lights, bicycle pens, helmet reflectors, etc. For more information, please contact Kevin Kokes