The partnerships aim to increase safety for cyclists and walkers. Both organizations have already been helping to develop the state’s Strategic Highway Safety Plan. Now, they’ll help implement the strategies that have been plotted out within it. Over three years, $613,710 (90 percent federal; 10 percent state) will be invested to promote programs that make it safer for Georgians to walk and ride bikes. They include:
- Providing training to transportation professionals and law enforcement officials
- Developing updated state Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Action plans
- Inventorying crosswalks at intersections without traffic signals
- Assessing crosswalks and crossing signals near bus stops on roads with a history of collisions.
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