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The goal of the Pedestrian Safety Program is to reduce pedestrian injuries and deaths while promoting walking to improve health and fitness.
Chart: Oregon Pedestrian Fatalities compared to All Oregon Traffic Fatalities, 1995-2015
The Oregonian Crossing campaign aims to increase awareness of Oregon traffic laws, promote safe and responsible travel behavior, and ultimately reduce the number of people injured or killed.Oregonian Crossing Campaign Materials are listed below:
Crossing Lawn Sign - EnglishCrossing Lawn Sign - SpanishVida Nocturna Lawn Sign - Spanish
Signal PosterThe Bigfoot PSA is part of the ODOT and Portland Metro campaign promoting the Oregonian Crossing message. "Every intersection is a legal crosswalk".If you would like further information, contact Kristie Gladhill at 503-731-8477.
Selected State StatutesPresumptive Fine Schedule ORS 153
What You Need to Know About Oregon Crosswalk Laws - EnglishWhat You Need to Know About Oregon Crosswalk Laws - SpanishWhere Will You Stop - EnglishWhere Will You Stop - SpanishDo the Safety Step - EnglishDo the Safety Step - SpanishBe VisibleCrosswalks - A Safety Tool for EveryoneRapid Flash Beacons
Look Out For Each Other
Well Trained Walking Safety PSA - Man's best friend has some tips to keep you safe on your next walk in this pedestrian PSA from the Oregon Department of Transportation.
Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle ProfessionalsFederal Highway Administration Bicycle and Pedestrian SafetyNational Highway Traffic Safety Administration Pedestrian Safety
Heidi ManloveProgram Manager503-986-4196
Transportation Safety DivisionODOT-TLC Building, MS 34040 Fairview Industrial Drive SESalem, OR 97302-1142
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