Concerned about pedestrian safety in your community?
Feel that cars don’t yield to pedestrians often enough?
The Neighborhood Resource Center,
The City of Long Beach Public Works Engineering Bureau, and
The Safe Transportation Research & Education Center (SafeTREC)
Invite you to a FREE
PEDESTRIAN SAFETY TRAINING
• Basic pedestrian safety best practices (e.g., high visibility crosswalks, crash reduction factors)
• Community engagement skills (e.g., empowering community solutions, identifying and partnering with community professionals to solve problems)
• Walkability assessment of a selected pedestrian danger area; and mapping or other small group interactive prioritization of safety issues
• How to work with a group of community residents to set pedestrian safety priorities and build toward a “next steps” education awareness plan to promote safe walking in the community through the media
The training features expert presenters from:
Long Beach Police Department
City of Long Beach Department of Public Works Engineering Bureau
Training includes free lunch
RSVP by Friday, May 28, 2010 to the Neighborhood Resource Center at (562) 570-1010 or email Scottie Hinkey at Sharron.Hinkey@longbeach.gov
This FREE workshop is presented in English with Spanish and Khmer translation available.
Free parking behind the building and on surrounding streets.
The City of Long Beach intends to provide reasonable accommodations in accordance with the American Disabilities Act of 1990. If a special accommodation is desired, please call Scottie Hinkey 48 hours prior to the event at (562) 570-1010. This information is available in an alternate format on request by calling (562) 570-1010.