Building a Pedestrian Safety Program for Your Community; a Guide for Community Action
The Department, 1974 - Accidents - 70 pages
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SECTION PAGE 1 Why have a pedestrian program?
A history of pedestrian safety
First steps in a pedestrian program
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Avenue Blind pedestrians Bus stop safety button Camp Fire Girls civic organizations Commission on Pedestrian community pedestrian safety crossing a street district Doonesbury editor enforcement films Freeway green light groups guide dog Highway Safety Act January Joan Hanson law M.S. light or WALK llll Mayor's Commission Minnesota Department Minnesota Highway motor vehicle motorists painted crosswalk pamphlets parents parked pedes pedestrian accidents pedestrian crossing pedestrian laws pedestrian program pedestrian safety program Pedestrian Safety urges pedestrian signal Pedestrian traffic signals Pedestrian visibility person photograph Playing in snow Playing in street police department posters problem projects public service announcements radio stations red light residents retro-reflective material Retro-reflectivity Hitchhiking right turn right-turn-on-red law road roadway safe safety education officers safety island school patrol senior citizens sidewalks signs statistics Subd Subdivision tape taxicab television traffic controls traffic engineer traffic safety visibility and retro-reflectivity WALK indication Walking to school white cane