Posts Tagged
‘Pedestrian Safety’

03/08/2019

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Tags: Pedestrian Safety

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Categories: Selmon Greenway, THEA Tips

Taking Steps for Pedestrian Safety Walking is good for your health and better for the environment. Cities around the world are striving to be more walkable communities, but, pedestrians—people who travel by foot, wheelchair, stroller, or similar means—are among the most vulnerable users of the road. Every day, 430 pedestrians will be treated in an […]

Summer break is officially upon us and the picturesque streets and warm weather of the Tampa Bay area are begging to be enjoyed. But with children currently out of school enjoying the long days and cool nights of summer, it is important for everyone on the road to be extra cautious. The U.S. Department of […]

03/05/2018

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Tags: Pedestrian Safety, Walkability

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Categories: THEA Tips

Walking is good for your health and better for the environment. Cities around the world are striving to be more walkable communities Every day, nationwide, 430 pedestrians will be treated in an emergency room for injuries (that’s seven pedestrians every minute) and every 2 hours, a pedestrian will die from injuries sustained in a crash. […]