Community Pedestrian Safety Training: Action Plans

October 29, 2015

Our Community Pedestrian Safety Training (CPST) program with California Walks is a four-hour, community-based workshop designed to help local advocates and community members develop pedestrian safety action plans that leverage best practices, promote walkability and ensure community engagement. 

This year, we were honored to work with nine communities all across the state, including the Hoopa Valley Tribe, McKinleyville, Pasadena, Redding, Ukiah, Tule River Tribe, Fresno, Crenshaw & Leimert Park and Pacoima.

View the Pedestrian Safety Action Plans for the following communities:

  • Tule River Tribe
  • Fresno: (English, Spanish/Español)
  • Crenshaw & Leimert Park
  • Pacoima: (English, Spanish/Español)

For resources from past workshops, please visit our CPST page and California Walks