Materials for Hispanic Pedestrians and Bicyclists

5 Flyers
Publication Number Name Description HTML/PDF Ordering Info.
FHWA-SA-05-019 Hispanic Pedestrian Flyer: Caution Message: Use the crosswalks and look both ways before crossing. Don't assume cars will stop for you. HTML
PDF, 351 KB]
Not available. Please feel free to download and print yourself.
FHWA-SA-05-020 Hispanic Bicyclist Flyer Message: Cyclists should keep to the right and ride with traffic. Don't assume drivers will stop for you. HTML
PDF, 345 KB
Not available. Please feel free to download and print yourself.
FHWA-SA-05-021 Hispanic Pedestrian Flyer: Crosswalks and Signals Message: Don't assume drivers will stop even if you are crossing appropriately. Make eye contact with driver. HTML
PDF, 382 KB
Not available. Please feel free to download and print yourself.
FHWA-SA-05-022 Hispanic Pedestrian Flyer: Sidewalks Message: If you must walk on the street (no sidewalks) walk facing traffic. HTML
PDF, 484 KB
Not available. Please feel free to download and print yourself.
FHWA-SA-05-023 Hispanic Pedestrian Flyer: Intoxicated Message: Almost half of all pedestrians killed are intoxicated. Alcohol impairs your ability to walk and ride a bicycle. HTML
PDF, 484 KB
Not available. Please feel free to download and print yourself.

5 Brochures
Publication Number Title Description HTML/PDF Ordering Info.
FHWA-SA-05-014 Hispanic Pedestrian Brochure: Signals Explains the meaning of the Pedestrian signals and appropriate crossing behavior. HTML
PDF, 399 KB
Not available. Please feel free to download and print yourself.
FHWA-SA-05-015 Hispanic Pedestrian Brochure: Bike Explains safe bicycling habits: Where to ride; use of helmets, reflectors, and bike lights for visibility. HTML
PDF, 377 KB
Not available. Please feel free to download and print yourself.
FHWA-SA-05-016 Hispanic Pedestrian Brochure: Caution Explains use of crosswalks, making eye contact with driver, watching for turning vehicles, etc. HTML
PDF, 374 KB
Not available. Please feel free to download and print yourself.
FHWA-SA-05-017 Hispanic Pedestrian Brochure: Sidewalks and Crosswalks Explains using sidewalks, what to do when no sidewalks are around, watching for cars and using crosswalks. HTML
PDF, 469 KB
Not available. Please feel free to download and print yourself.
FHWA-SA-05-018 Hispanic Pedestrian Brochure: Intoxicated Explains the danger of using alcohol and how it impairs your abilities. Use caution while walking. HTML
PDF, 455 KB
Not available. Please feel free to download and print yourself.

5 Posters
Publication Number Name Desription HTML/PDF Ordering Info.
FHWA-SA-06-07 Hispanic Pedestrian Poster: Caution Message: Use the crosswalks and look both ways before crossing. Don't assume cars will stop for you. HTML
PDF, 531 KB
Not available. Please feel free to download and print yourself.
FHWA-SA-06-08 Hispanic Bicyclist Poster Message: Cyclists should keep to the right and ride with traffic. Don't assume drivers will stop for you. HTML
PDF, 523 KB
Not available. Please feel free to download and print yourself.
FHWA-SA-06-09 Hispanic Pedestrian Poster: Crosswalks and Signals Message: Don't assume drivers will stop even if you are crossing appropriately. Make eye contact with driver. HTML
PDF, 539 KB
Not available. Please feel free to download and print yourself.
FHWA-SA-06-10 Hispanic Pedestrian Poster: Sidewalks Message: If you must walk on the street (no sidewalks) walk facing traffic. HTML
PDF, 701 KB
Not available. Please feel free to download and print yourself.
FHWA-SA-06-11 Hispanic Pedestrian Poster: Intoxicated Message: Almost half of all pedestrians killed are intoxicated. Alcohol impairs your ability to walk and ride a bicycle. HTML
PDF, 590 KB
Not available. Please feel free to download and print yourself.

Other Materials

  • Materials for Hispanic Pedestrians and Bicyclists from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
    In an effort to reduce pedestrian and bicycle fatalities involving newly-arrived Hispanic immigrants, NHTSA has made available these traffic safety materials in Spanish (e.g., posters, brochures, radio announcements, et al) for use by local, State, and national traffic safety advocates in our combined effort to educate these newly-arrived individuals on pedestrian and bicycle safety in the United States.

  • Pedestrian Safer Journey 2013 (Revised):
    A web-based interactive resource that helps educators, parents and others who care about pedestrian safety to get the conversation started with children and youth. Three videos — one for each of three age groups (5-9, 10-14, and 15-18) — accompanied by a quiz or discussion and an educator's resource library can be used as an introduction to pedestrian safety skills or to augment a comprehensive curriculum.

  • Safer Bicycle Journey
    The Bicycle Safer Journey CD (which is in English and Spanish) teaches bike safety by tracing the path of John (a teenager) as he travels through town. The user must use their knowledge of bike safety to help John make critical safety decisions as he travels on by bike. Not available online, but can be ordered in a CD Rom format here.

  • Marketing Plan
    This marketing plan presents the recommendations about the audience, the safety issues to be addressed, the types and format of messages, the media, and the potential methods of dissemination of the outreach materials. Also included in this marketing plan are the results of the background research conducted in the development of the marketing plan.

  • Hispanic Radio PSA #1 (for download): 2 females
  • Hispanic Radio PSA #2 (for download): 2 males

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Program Contact

Tamara Redmon

202-366-4077

Gabriel Rousseau

202-366-8044

What's New

The FHWA Safety Office is continually developing new materials to assist states, localities and citizens in improving pedestrian and bicycle safety. The materials listed on this page were completed recently.


New Pedestrian Hybrid Beacon Guide

New Pedestrian Forum – Winter 2014

new A Guide for Maintaining Pedestrian Facilities for Enhanced Safety

new Guide for Maintaining Pedestrian Facilities for Enhanced Safety Research Report

REVISED Pedsafe 2013: Pedestrian Safety Guide and Countermeasure Selection System

New Pedestrian Safer Journey 2013 (Revised)  

Proven Countermeasures for Pedestrian Safety

Spotlight on Pedestrian Safety

Promoting the Implementation of Proven Pedestrian Countermeasures

State Best Practice Policy for Medians

State Best Practice Policy for Shoulders and Walkways

Pedestrian Countermeasure Policy Best Practice Report

The State of Florida is developing a statewide Pedestrian Safety Action Plan. They have set up a project website that includes information about the project, workshop presentations and resources relating to pedestrian safety.

Evaluating Pedestrian Safety Countermeasures

Safety Benefits of Raised Medians and Pedestrian Refuge Areas: Brochure, Booklet

Safety Benefits of Walkways, Sidewalks, and Paved Shoulders: Brochure, Booklet

Pedestrian Safety Strategic Plan