1120 SW Fifth Ave, Suite 800, Portland, OR 97204
Interested in teaching pedestrian safety to others? Use this Power Point presentation to share information about Oregon laws, pedestrian safety tips, and more to make our transportation system work better for everyone walking, rolling, and strolling.
Notes portion of the "Pedestrian Safety 101" training module.
A brochure detailing your rights and responsibilities for staying safe as a pedestrian.
What You Need To Know About Oregon Crosswalk Laws - ODOT brochure
Full-color brochure illustrating pedestrian safety tips presented in 8 languages and an informational graphic indicating how vehicle speed impacts pedestrian fatalities (yellow "Put the Brakes on" message folds to meet the "Pedestrian Deaths" message)
1/3 page flyer describing how pedestrians should use rapid flash beacons and how drivers should respond to flashing rapid flash beacons
The "I SHARE THE ROAD" Pledge program indicates our individual commitment for driving a neighborhood friendly speed
Oregon Vehicle Code-Speeding and Rules of the Road
Listing of Crosswalk Enforcement Actions between August 2005 - present day
Full-color poster illustrating pedestrian safety tips presented in 8 languages and an informational graphic indicating how vehicle speed impacts pedestrian fatalities
Rapid Flash Beacons (RFB) are installed at specific crossings to alert drivers to the presence of pedestrians.
It's easy to get lost in jargon and abbreviations. We want you to understand the terms that traffic calming professionals may use.
This 1.5 minute short film uses an animated character and his dog to illustrate how pedestrians should use pedestrain activated rapid flash bacons and how drivers should respond to pedestrian activated rapid flash beacons.
Locally produced 18 minute film about pedestrian and driver safety in Portland
This 3.5 minute short animated film graphically illustrates responsibilities that both drivers and pedestrian have to make our roadways safer for everyone.
Provides information about what a STOP sign is, if STOP signs reduce speeding, what a neighborhood STOP plan is, and more.
The "Yard Signs" are developed to remind drivers to share the road, look for kids, stop for pedestrians, pass bikes safely, and slow down