The Community Pedestrian Safety Training (CPST) program is a joint project of the University of California at Berkeley Safe Transportation Research and Education Center (SafeTREC) and California WALKS that aims to make it safer and more pleasant to walk in one’s communities. The half-day training is designed for local neighborhood residents and safety advocates concerned about pedestrian safety and walkability and interested in strategies for improving it. It often complements other training or planning that took place in the city among professional traffic planners and engineers, enforcement, public health practitioners and others. This report highlights outcomes and activities that have followed the CPST in these cities.
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