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Material para Hispanico Peaton y Bicyclists

Hispanic Pedestrian Poster: Crosswalks and Signals

The photograph shows a mother and several children crossing the street. The traffic light has a walk symbol for the pedestrians. The mother has one hand on a stroller with a child and two other children are holding onto her. The mother is looking at an approaching car that is making a left turn towards their crosswalk. Dotted lines that arrive at a body outline indicate where the paths of the car and one of the pedestrians would meet if they continue on their present paths. The English text reads: Did you know? Even if you know the meaning of the signals and the crosswalk, don't assume drivers will stop for you. The Spanish text reads: ¿Sabia Usted? Aunque conozca y respete las senales y el paso de peatones, no asuma que los conductores pararan.

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-06-09.

 

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