When you’re crossing a street, make eye contact with drivers. Make sure they know you’re there.
Pay attention to where you’re going—distracted walking can be just as dangerous as distracted driving.
Look left, right and left again when crossing. Keep looking as you cross.
Never allow children under age 10 to cross streets alone.
Be noticed. Wear bright clothing or reflective materials at night.
Obey signs and signals.
Don’t pass a car stopped for pedestrians—it’s against the law.
Slow down! Stop on red, and look right before turning on green.
Be alert and make eye contact with pedestrians.
Look for pedestrians, expect to see them at corners and marked mid-block crossings and stop for them when they cross the street.