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Pedestrian Safety Summit

Title Banner. U.S. Department of Transportation Summit on Pedestrian Safety. Banner contains DOT logo and four photos with various pedestrians using crosswalks. Photos are sourced from GettyImages.

Purpose: Provide virtual platform for dialogue to discuss pedestrian safety issues and determine initiatives and actions to improve pedestrian safety. The objectives are to:

  • Inform: Raise awareness of U.S. DOT and stakeholder initiatives and resources available for pedestrian safety.
  • Listen: Gather detailed input from a diverse group of stakeholders regarding opportunities and challenges facing pedestrian safety, as well as successes and lessons learned.
  • Engage: Get feedback on draft Current and Future Federal Actions to Enhance Pedestrian Safety.
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