In partnership with UC Berkeley’s Safe Transportation Research and Education Center (SafeTREC) with generous funding from the California Office of Traffic Safety we are conducting Community Pedestrian Safety Trainings (CPSTs) throughout the state of California. These workshops strengthen community skills, educate residents about pedestrian safety best practices, and conducts  walkability assessments to help residents identify and prioritize next steps  to develop a pedestrian safety action plan. CPSTs bring together community residents, seniors, parents, and youth, as well as city or county officials from Transportation/Public Works, Public Health, Schools and the Police Departments. Check our calendar for the next workshop. Read our Transportation Research Board paper (Community Pedestrian Safety Workshops in California) and view our poster here. For a summary of CPST 2009-2011 Workshop outcomes, please review Community Pedestrian Safety Trainings: A Summary of Workshop Outcomes from Spring 2009-Spring 2011. If you are interested in hosting a community workshop in your neighborhood, please contact Tony Dang.

Photos from Past Community Workshops


2012
North Hills, San Fernando Valley West Adams-Los Angeles (w/ FAME Corps.) Eastside Neighborhood Center, San José Fillmore Rexland Acres Park, Bakersfield
2011
Berkeley Mission High School, San Francisco SCS Workshop, San Diego Watsonville Oxnard
Long Beach (w/ CARA) Arvin Lamont Pedestrian University/Run for Your Life- San Francisco
2010
North Oakland West Oakland Salinas Arroyo Viejo Park, Oakland Eastmont Mall, Oakland
Long Beach Scripps Kensington, Alhambra Eureka Moving Children Safely, Lompoc
2009
Brookfield Elementary & Eastmont Mall-Oakland Santa Barbara Crenshaw-Los Angeles Stockton Delano
Santa Ana Glendale