Explore our newest installment in the Stories From the Field Series to learn how people on the frontline are improving road safety for people who walk, bike and roll in their communities! Check out the latest Safety Story where the SafeTREC team talked with Karen Rodriguez with California Walks to discuss her inspiration for working in active transportation and lessons gained from a recent Community Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Training in Arvin, CA.
Karen leads a group of community members on a walk assessment in Arvin, CA
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Berkeley SafeTREC's safety stories highlight how urban planners, designers, engineers, advocates and others have implemented safe streets programs, employed best practices, or reported successful outcomes in their communities to advance active transportation safety.
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These Safety Stories interviews were conducted in collaboration with UC Berkeley SafeTREC. The opinions and perspectives expressed are those of the interviewees and not necessarily those of SafeTREC.