Recent Webinar: What Does It Take To Get Drivers To Yield: Engineering Measures That Work


One of the greatest challenges for many schools and neighborhoods is finding the appropriate measures to slow traffic in the areas where pedestrians cross the street. Which devices will be most effective? What are the costs? What are the maintenance requirements? Are there liability issues?

In this 60-minute webinar, engineering experts share their extensive knowledge and understanding of pedestrian safety and traffic control devices to address these questions. They discuss innovative devices and the latest research on design effectiveness, standard devices and appropriate use.


Mike Cynecki, Traffic Engineering Supervisor for the Phoenix Street Transportation Department

Charlie Zegeer, Associate Director for Engineering and Planning at the University of North Carolina Highway Safety Research Center; Director of the Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center


On-demand webinar available now at


The National Center for Safe Routes to School partners with America Walks to offer a series of free SRTS-related Webinars.

Schedule of upcoming SRTS webinars:

  • April 27, 2010: Environmental Measures
  • May 2010: Ensuring Your SRTS Program Includes Children with Disabilities
  • June 29th 2010: SRTS Mini Grants
  • July 2010: Break; No webinar
  • August 24, 2010: Understanding Parent Perceptions
  • September 2010: SRTS Programs: Going High Tech