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The goal of the Bicyclist Safety Program is to promote safe riding to reduce the number of deaths and injuries from motor vehicle crashes.
The Oregon Department of Transportation would like to remind drivers to give bicyclists extra room when passing (ORS 811.065).
View the 30-second Safe Passage PSA video or for more information, download the English Pass Safely brochure or Spanish Pase Con Seguridad brochure.
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A Resident's Guide for Creating Safer Communities for Walking and Biking - This Federal Highway Administration booklet includes information, ideas, about issues that affect walking and biking conditions. It gives ideas on how to find ways to address or prevent these problems and promote pedestrian and bicyclist safety.
The Bike Wheels to Steering Wheels program engages students in middle school science classes with classroom projects that demonstrate the outcome of unsafe behavior. This curriculum is currently available in the Portland Public School District. Find out how you can have Legacy Health education your students by calling 503-413-4960 or visit the Legacy Health School Programs.
National Highway Traffic Safety AdministrationAssociation of Pedestrian and Bicycle ProfessionalsBicycle Transportation AlliancePeople for BikesFederal Highway AdministrationNW Bicycle Safety CouncilODOT Highway Division Bicycle & Pedestrian ProgramThe Ultimate Bike Safety Guide
Heidi ManloveProgram Manager503-986-4196
Transportation Safety DivisionODOT-TLC Building, MS 34040 Fairview Industrial Drive SESalem, OR 97302-1142
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