Effective law enforcement is a key factor in insuring that pedestrians and cyclists have safe, equitable access to the public right-of-way. View this webinar to learn about law enforcement programs that raise awareness of traffic safety, shape behavior, and improve safety for vulnerable users.
This session offers case studies that focus on three approaches to law enforcement:
1. Seattle’s data-driven SeaStat program, a collaboration between Seattle’s DOT and Police Department that identifies hot spots and dangerous behavior through collision record analysis and speed and traffic volume data.
2. Seattle’s School Zone Safety Photo Enforcement Program, which measures success by the reduction in speeds and violations. Revenue from the speed cameras goes into safety improvements around schools.
3. Behavior change brought about by programs focused on education and positive interactions between law enforcement officers, motorists, cyclists and pedestrians.
Jim Curtin, City of Seattle Department of Transportation
Brian Dougherty, City of Seattle Department of Transportation
Major Jim Russell, Deputy Chief of Police, Florida State University Police Department
Recorded May 20, 2015
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