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Material para Hispanico Peaton y Bicyclists

Hispanic Pedestrian Poster: Caution

The photograph shows a man who has just begun to cross a street in an urban residential area. He is walking in the crosswalk. A car is coming towards him from a perpendicular angle. Dotted lines that arrive at a body outline indicate where the paths of the car and the male pedestrian would meet if they continue on their present paths. The English text reads: Did you know? Even if you feel confident crossing the streets around your home, don't assume that cars will stop for you. Use the crosswalks and look both ways. The Spanish text reads: ¿Sabía Usted? Aunque se sienta seguro al cruzar las calles de alrededor de su casa, no asuma que los coches pararán cuando cruce. Use los pasos de peatones y mire a ambos lados.

Para información sobre este material visite la página web (For information about this material go to): http://safety.fhwa.dot.gov/ped_bike/

U.S. Department of Transportation
Federal Highway Administration
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
FHWA-SA-06-07.

 

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