Bikers and Pedestrians

Biking and walking can help create a more livable and sustainable community. It can also be convenient, enjoyable, and improve health and well-being. The most fit cities in America have high populations of bikers and pedestrians. Using bicycles and walking also eliminates pollution emitted from the engines of motor vehicles.

When walking or biking around campus, it is important to be safe.

Traffic Safety

Whether by foot, bicycle, bus or personal vehicle, you should always prioritize your safety and the safety of others. The best way to practice safety is to be aware of your surroundings when traveling. Whether you are operating a motor vehicle, riding a bike, walking or jogging, you have a responsibility to those around you.

The key to using bicycles is safety. It doesn't matter if you are on a bike or in a car, being aware of what's going on around you will decrease your risk of being involved in an accident. Also make sure you always wear a helmet when riding a bicycle.

Here are some resources for bicycle and pedestrian safety:

Walking and Riding at Night