See and Be Seen

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The safety of people who use roadways to walk or ride their bike is the focus of the City of Lancaster’s new bicycle and pedestrian safety education program.

Cabinet Eyes Up Phone DownThrough a grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) the City has designed the SEE AND BE SEEN signal cabinet wrap campaign aimed at reminding the community about traffic rules and safety behaviors to improve pedestrian and bicyclist safety.

The design concept of the wrap series was created through valuable input from local school districts and law enforcement. Each of the wraps includes one of the following safety messages, in addition to a way-finding map that highlights where the City’s bikeways and crosswalks are located.

• Make Eye Contact
• Eyes Up, Phone Down
• Ride RIGHT in the Bike Lane
• Keep in Mind, Walk Between the Lines

 

 

 

Funding for the SEE AND BE SEEN bicycle and pedestrian safety education program was provided by a grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety, through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. To learn more about safe ways to get around, visit gosafelyca.org.

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