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Crosswalk Safety

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michelle christie

on 6 April 2015

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Transcript of Crosswalk Safety

Crosswalk Safety: Take a Walk
Do's and Don'ts
Cross walk safety is vital to environmental occupational health because of the impact it has on public health and the safety of our nation's youth. Education/awareness programs and policies need to be implemented to decrease the number of cross walk accidents and deaths annually. It is our job as public health advocates to ensure the safety of pedestrians, cyclists, and motorists through actively informing this population. Our ultimate goal is to beat the statistics we are currently faced with.
Crosswalk Safety is important for pedestrians, bicyclists and drivers
Crosswalk Safety
Red Light
True or False
Do or Don't?
Do or Don't?
Do or Don't?
1. Don't
2. Don't
3. Do
Look both ways before crossing
Wear bright colors at night
Utilize signals and signs
Make eye contact with the driver before crossing.

Be in a rush
Use phone or headphones

Teens are at a higher risk for unintentional injuries and account for half of all child pedestrian deaths.
Teens who have
been hit or nearly
hit report crossing
the street while:
47% Listening to music
18% Texting
20% Talking on the phone
Overall, half of teens say they walk in the dark at least sometimes; we know that three-quarters of teen pedestrian fatalities happen between 7 p.m. and 7 a.m.
Every hour, a teen pedestrian is
injured or killed after being hit
by a car in the United States.
Unintentional pedestrian injuries are the fifth leading cause of injury-related death in the United States for children ages 5 to 19.
Wear safety gear
Walk, don't ride.
Yield to pedestrians.
Use marked bike paths or multi-use paths when available.
Obey vehicular traffic signals and laws on the roadways.
Talk on your phone
Wear headphones
Forget that bicyclists are not considered pedestrians unless they are walking their bikes.
Yield to pedestrians
Be prepared to stop
at all marked crosswalks. Stay alert and reduce speed in areas with crosswalks.
Be alert for bicyclists and skateboarders
Come to a complete stop
if pedestrians are crossing or preparing to cross.
Wait until pedestrians have crossed at least one lane past the lane you are in
before resuming travel.
Never pass another vehicle that has stopped or is slowing down at a crosswalk
Drink and drive.
Stop your car in the middle of a crosswalk.
Block any sidewalk.
Drive aggressively.
Green Light
Short Films
True or False
Tampa is the #1 most dangerous metro area for pedestrians?
True or False
Bicyclists are only required to wear a helmet?
True or False
Jaywalking is misdemeanor offense.
Crosswalk safety tips. (2014). Retrieved from http://uncw.edu/ehs/documents

Mason, T. (2010, August 14). Man gets hit by bike funny. [Video file].

McAuley, A. (2014, November 4). When cars disrespect the crosswalk line vine by: Alphonso
mcAuley. [Video file].

Safe kids worldwide. (2014). Pedestrian safety. Retrieved from http://www.safekids.org/

Safe kids worldwide. (2014). Pedestrian safety and teens. Retrieved from http://

Smart. (2014, August 14). The dancing traffic light. [Video file].
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