Beginning in the Fall of 2015, HPD will be offering a series of educational workshops throughout Delray Beach to inform motorists, cyclists and pedestrians on the importance of individual responsibilities to ensure our streets are safe. Whether it’s the ongoing epidemic of texting, aggressive driving tendencies, or the lack of understanding that we must all share our roads safely and respects rules and laws, our goal is to reduce the number of injuries and deaths by providing the education that may be lacking among pedestrians, riders, and drivers.
Dates and Locations: Saturdays, October 10 and 17, 1 pm – 2 pm at Delray Beach Public Library and Saturday October 24, 1 pm – 2 pm at Toussaint L’Overture School.
MUST RSVP to attend: Patrick Halliday (email@example.com).
Pedestrian, motorist, and bicyclist injury/fatality rates in Florida are among the highest in the country. Additionally, in the past five years, Palm Beach County has ranked as one of the top five most dangerous counties in motorist related injuries and fatalities within the state:
HPD seeks to assist the city by harnessing the energy of local residents who strive to make their community safer, easier and more fun to live, work, and play in.
For more information, please contact the project lead: Patrick Halliday (firstname.lastname@example.org)