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Material para Hispanico Peaton y Bicyclists

Hispanic Pedestrian Poster: Sidewalks

The photograph shows a wide suburban road with cars and a male pedestrian on the side of road with his back to traffic. There is no sidewalk. Vehicles approach him from behind. Dotted lines that arrive at a body outline indicate where the paths of a car and the pedestrian would meet if they continue on their present paths. The English text reads: Did you know? If there are  no sidewalks, walk facing traffic. The Spanish tect reads: ¿Sabía Usted? Si no hay aceras, camine de frente al tráfico.

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-06-10.

 

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