Program organization

Florida Department of Transportation Pedestrian and Bike Safety Program

The Florida Pedestrian and Bicycle Program works in many areas to promote safe walking and bicycling in Florida. The office develops initiatives and programs to improve the environment for safe, comfortable, and convenient walking and bicycling trips and to improve the performance and interaction among motorists, bicyclists, and pedestrians. The Pedestrian and Bicycle Program serves as a clearinghouse for information concerning safety, design, and touring.

Authoring Organization: 
Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT)

Texas Bike and Walk to School Day Website

Full service website for schools conducting Bike and/or Walk to School Day Activities.

Authoring Organization: 
Bike Texas: Texas Bicycle Coalition

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Walk + Bike 'School Bus' Guidebook

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Oregon Walk + Bike to School, Bicycle Transportation Alliance/Willamette Pedestrian Coalition

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Kids Walk To School: A Guide to Promote Walking to School

KidsWalk-to-School is a program that aims to get children to walk and bicycle to and from school in groups accompanied b adults. This gives kids a chance to be more physically active, to practice safe pedestrian skills, and to learn more about their environment. At the same time, KidsWalk-to-School encourages people to change their neighborhoods for the better, working together, to make walking a safe and enjoyable part of everyone's lives.

Authoring Organization: 
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
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Safe Routes to School: Practice and Promise

Authoring Organization: 
Center for Health Training, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)
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Safe Routes to School Toolkit

Authoring Organization: 
National Highway and Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)

Pedestrian Safety Talking Points

This list of pedestrian safety talking points is a useful tool for making presentations to community groups and organizations. It explains the effects of motor vehicle crashes on pedestrian safety and provides statistics regarding pedestrian safety. Use the quote, charts, and diagrams at the end of the talking point list to make transparency overheads to show during your presentation.

Authoring Organization: 
NHTSA

Bikeability Checklist

How bikeable is your community? The Bikeability Checklist can help you find the answer. Inside you'll find insightful questions, allowing you to evaluate your neighborhood's bikeability. In addition to the questions, the Checklist provides both immediate answers and long-term solutions to your neighborhood's potential problems.

Authoring Organization: 
Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center (PBIC)