Identifying Barriers to Understanding Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Laws
To respond to pedestrian and bicyclist fatalities in Texas, the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) funded a Texas A&M Transportation Institute (TTI) project to explore and identify barriers to pedestrian and bicycle safety laws in Texas. The purpose of the project was to understand barriers to laws through conducting a policy review and conducting focus groups of motorists, bicyclists, and pedestrians to identify barriers to existing pedestrian and bicycle safety laws. Based on the findings of these activities educational materials were developed for pedestrian and bicycle safety laws in Texas.
|2022 Survey of Stakeholders on Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety|
2022 Survey of Texans on Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety
Summary of Interview with Out-of-State Stakeholder
The educational materials are intended to be shared and used by others conducting bicycle and pedestrian safety efforts.
If you have any questions or would like printed copies, please feel free to contact the project lead Neal Johnson at [email protected].