Pedestrian safety resources

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Designing for Pedestrian Safety

Designing for Pedestrian Safety is a two-day course tailored to engineers, planners, designers, and pedestrian safety advocates. This course will provide insightful discussions and lessons about cutting-edge solutions that can enhance safety for Pedestrians. Course instructors from the Federal Highway Administration will take participants through field exercise of nearby pedestrian facilities to understand potential pedestrian safety improvements and solutions.

This course is free and open to the public, however, pre-registration is required.
Lunch and snacks will be provided.

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Madison – June 5th and 6th

Milwaukee – June 7th and 8th

Questions? Please contact Ian Wright at or call (608) 709-0066

Pedestrian and Bicyclist Safety Law Enforcement training

BOTS is continuing to support safety education development with law Enforcement agency’s regarding pedestrians and bicyclist through a robust two-day training course. The course provides officers with essential pedestrian and bicycle safety materials and training through a planned succession of information, from basic to in-depth knowledge. This training has proven to be very successful at increasing officers’ pedestrian and bicycle safety knowledge and has resulted in increased pedestrian and bicycle safety enforcement activity and a greater sense of security for pedestrians and bicyclists of all ages and abilities. The course instructor is Peter Flack, Vice-President of WE BIKE consulting and a former Minnesota Law Enforcement officer. This free two-day course is open to all Law Enforcement Officers and departments. Advanced registration is required. Registration will be made available on May 11th on this page.

Madison – June 7th and 8th

Milwaukee – June 15th and 16th

Questions? Please contact Ian Wright at or call (608) 709-0066


Evaluation of Driver Yielding to Pedestrians at Uncontrolled Crosswalks

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