Be Alert – Pay Attention to the Road
– Put away your phone.
– Remove earbuds, headphones, or other listening devices.
– Stay alert.
Be alert for pedestrians and bicyclists as you approach crosswalks and intersections.
– Use additional caution at night when pedestrians may be harder to see.
Be Predictable – Follow the Rules of the Road
• Use crosswalks.
• Follow crossing signals.
• Yield to vehicles that have the right-of-way.
• Use hand signals to indicate that you are turning, changing lanes, or moving from the straight line path.
• Yield to pedestrians (especially if riding on the sidewalk).
• Yield to bicyclists as you would any other vehicle.
• Yield to pedestrians at all crosswalks.
• Use your turn signals to indicate your intention to turn and change lanes.
• At intersections scan for pedestrians and bicyclists by looking left, right and left again.
• Don’t block the crosswalk at a signal or stop sign.
• Please allow at least three feet of distance between your vehicle and a bicyclist.
• Motorists driving trucks or commercial vehicles should allow six feet between their vehicle and a bicyclist.