Pedestrian Safety

Read: COVID-19 Prompts California Campus PD to Revise Safety Escort Policies

COVID-19 Prompts California Campus PD to Revise Safety Escort Policies

Department staff now provide safety escorts by driving, walking or riding nearby as students, faculty or staff walk to their destinations.

Read: Designing Pedestrian-Friendly Parking Lots

Designing Pedestrian-Friendly Parking Lots

Parking ramp design, signage, bollards and guard booths all play an important role in keeping pedestrians safe.

Read: 3rd Student Dies from Oklahoma High School Hit-and-Run Tragedy

3rd Student Dies from Oklahoma High School Hit-and-Run Tragedy

The track and cross-country students were struck by a vehicle as they were on a regular run near Moore High School.

Read: Conducting Site Assessments for Students with Disabilities

Conducting Site Assessments for Students with Disabilities

Access or functional needs (AFN) site assessments should cover landscaping, architecture and security, as well as indicators of how well people appreciate, support and communicate with each other, and how functional the school is as a center of teaching and learning.

Read: Protecting Pedestrians with Vehicle Barriers and Fences

Protecting Pedestrians with Vehicle Barriers and Fences

The use of vehicles as tools of destruction has become one of the top security concerns for public spaces. Barriers and fences can help keep crowds safe.

Read: Safety Tips For Sharing the Road and Sidewalks on Campus

Safety Tips For Sharing the Road and Sidewalks on Campus

Traveling on campus? Check out these safety tips from Purdue University about staying safe when sharing the road with pedestrians, bikers & motor vehicles.

U. Conn. Shuttle Driver Arrested in Student Death

Mississippi May Toughen Penalties for Illegal Bus Passing

JACKSON, Miss.

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