Pedestrian Safety

Community Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Training Program (CPBST)

The Community Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Training (CPBST) program is a joint project of UC Berkeley SafeTREC and California Walks (Cal Walks). Funding for this program is provided by a grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). The CPBST program works with local neighborhood residents and health, transportation and safety advocates to improve pedestrian and bicycle safety through engaging local stakeholders, providing information and data, supporting...

Register now for 9/22 webinar - Safety on Our Streets: Traffic Safety in San José

August 31, 2021
Register now for the latest Focus Cities Webinar

World Day of Remembrance memorial event in San Jose, CA to honor loved ones lost to traffic violence.

Safety on Our Streets: Traffic Safety in San José

DATE: Wednesday, September 22, 2021
TIME:
11am - 12pm PT
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Upcoming Community Pedestrian & Bicycle Safety Trainings in August

August 16, 2021

Register now for one of our upcoming Community Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Training (CPBST) workshops! These virtual workshops are presented throughout the state of California by UC Berkeley SafeTREC in partnership with California Walks. The CPBST program trains neighborhood residents and health, transportation and safety advocates on how to improve pedestrian and bicycle safety to make California communities safer and more pleasant to walk and bike....

Community Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Program (CPBSP)

The Community Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Program (CPBSP) was launched by UC Berkeley SafeTREC to reduce pedestrian and bicycle fatalities and injuries in California communities, with a special focus on addressing the safety needs of high-risk groups like older adults, youth, and underserved communities, e.g., people of color, low-income, limited English proficiency, people who have disabilities, and more.

The CPBSP is supported by funding from the California Office of Traffic Safety. We have a key partnership with the non-profit agency...

Community Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Training (CPBST) Program Workshop Follow-Up Survey Highlights

Kristen Leckie
Elijah Wade
Katherine L. Chen
Jill F. Cooper
2021
The Community Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Training Program (CPBST) is a joint project of the University of California Berkeley’s Safe Transportation Research and Education Center (SafeTREC) and California Walks (Cal Walks). Founded in 2009, the purpose of the CPBST is to: Educate local residents and safety advocates on how to improve pedestrian and bicycle safety; Empower community partners to advocate for safety improvements in their neighborhoods; and Strengthen collaborations with local officials and agency staff to make California neighborhoods safer and more pleansant for walking and...

August 6th Webinar: Broadening the Toolbox for Kinetic Energy Management

August 2, 2021
SafeTREC Co-Director Offer Grembek to present in CSCRS Safe Systems Summer Learning Series

The Collaborative Sciences Center for Road Safety (CSCRS) recently launched a new Safe Systems Summer Learning Series that will be held...

July 30 Webinar: Redesigning the System to Support Safety

July 26, 2021
SafeTREC's Katherine Chen to present in CSCRS Safe Systems Summer Learning Series

The Collaborative Sciences Center for Road Safety (CSCRS) recently launched a new Safe Systems Summer Learning Series that will be held on Fridays...

The CPBST in 2021: Partnering with 12 communities to create safer streets for walking & biking!

July 28, 2021
CPBST participants on a walk audit

This year, the Community Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Training (CPBST) Program is partnering with 12 communities throughout California to discuss, plan, and implement active transportation safety improvements. To date, program partners UC Berkeley SafeTREC and ...

New TIMS feature: Users can now provide feedback on crash location errors

July 28, 2021

UC Berkeley SafeTREC’s Transportation Injury Mapping System (TIMS) has been developed to provide quick, easy and free access to California crash data from the Statewide Integrated Traffic Records System (SWITRS) that has been geo-coded to make it easy for users to query, map, and download collision data.

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