Solano County Gets Bicycle, Pedestrian Safety Grant

Posted on December 27, 2011

According to news sources, a $125,000 bicycle and pedestrian safety grant was awarded to Solano County by The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration for the coming year in an ongoing campaign to increase safety among commuters.

The stated goal of the NHTSA is to specifically increase safety among children by promoting and enforcing helmet laws while skating, biking and skateboarding. The program will also focus on pedestrian safety and will encourage educational programs designed to increase awareness among motorists. The hope is that drivers become more aware of pedestrians on the roadways.

The program will increase coordinated efforts to promote safety practices by creating classroom competitions, bike rodeos and safety assemblies.

The program will also reportedly focus its efforts on limiting distracted driving by raising awareness about practices such as texting while driving.

As a personal injury lawyer Los Angeles, I appreciate all efforts made to ensure higher safety standards to protect motorists and pedestrians. The objectives of this new safety campaign is hopefully a step in the right direction. As a Los Angeles car accident lawyer, I hope that supplying this information will assist those wanting to find newer and better ways to stay safe.

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