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Progress in the Numbers

Drop a stone into a pond, and you’ll see the ripples in the water. Ticket drivers for failing to yield, and you’ll discover a ripple effect where more drivers are slowing down and stopping for pedestrians within a 1-mile radius of enforced crosswalks.

The strong emphasis on education, media coverage and social media outreach helps sustain the ripple effect for monitored crosswalks in Orange, Osceola and Seminole county.

Below is just a sample of the Best Foot Forward Program’s impact from 2012 to 2020.

3
Counties

11
Municipalities 

12
Law Enforcement Agencies

36
Total Community Partners

Education

557
Presentations & Events

86,580
Estimated Reach from Presentations & Events

262,659
Educational Materials

22,059
iY4Peds Bumper Stickers

Engineering

16
Signalized Crosswalks

60
Unsignalized Crosswalks

18
Crosswalks with RRFBs

Enforcement

76
Crosswalks Monitored in 2020

163
Crosswalks Monitored Since 2012

436
Crosswalk Enforcement Details Since 2012

8,801
Citations & Warnings Since 2012

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