Pedestrian Safety

Pedestrian Safety is a Key Focus

“If only I’d been watching for pedestrians.” No Regrets When You DRIVE WITH CARE – Message targeted towards drivers.

Pedestrians are a vulnerable road user. Whether walking for enjoyment, exercise or engaged in work on the roadway, they need to be safe. Our goal is to increase driver awareness and education of pedestrian traffic safety. This tip card reminds motorists to:

  • Stop for pedestrians crossing at every intersection.
  • Stop before tuning right on red. 
  • Look in all directions before making a turn. 
  • Do not pass a vehicle that is stopping for pedestrians.
  • Obey the traffic laws, signals and speed limits.

Click here to download this informational flyer as a printable 8.5×11 PDF.

Stop for Pedestrians artwork

Free Resources

Social Media

Be a Community Traffic Safety Team “Virtual Volunteer” and share this image on your social media accounts. Don’t forget to tag us! @trafficsafetyteam on Facebook and Instagram or @trafficsafetyfl on Twitter and Pinterest

Join us and help change behavior and save lives! You can do this by:

  • Liking or following us.
  • Sharing or reposting our content (don’t forget to tag and/or mention us).
  • Inviting others to follow us.
  • Repeat!
Walkers tip card for pedestrian safety
Drivers tip card
Stop for Pedestrians tip card


Double-sided bookmarks were distributed to libraries throughout our 18 counties in Northeast Florida with pedestrian safety tips for drivers and pedestrians.

Bookmark - Pedestrian Safety Message


Poster and flyers were distributed which included both bicycle and pedestrian safety. Click here to view and print this Share the Road traffic safety flyer as a printable 8.5×11 PDF file.

The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office promoted this safety message on large, digital billboards. The City of St. Augustine, Police Department and Sheriff’s Office joined forces in St. Johns County to promote these biking, walking and driving safe messages, including posting billboards in high traffic areas around the county.

Pedestrian Safety for KIDS: Be Smart. Walk Safe. Check out our safety activity sheets for children.