U.S. Virgin Islands - As students head back to school, it is essential to safeguard the well-being of pedestrians. The Virgin Islands Office of Highway Safety (VIOHS) highlights that pedestrian safety, particularly for students walking
to and from school, is vital with everyone playing a role in ensuring their safety. Keeping our children safe on the roadways is of special concern as their inexperience and unpredictable tendencies lead to risky and random movements.
Here are few back-to-school safety tips for pedestrians:
By following these simple tips, pedestrians can reduce the risk of crashes and enjoy a safe journey to and from school. Both pedestrians and drivers must be attentive and responsible on the roads to ensure a safe environment for everyone. Pedestrian safety
is a shared responsibility.
For more information or to request a traffic safety presentation, contact the Virgin Islands Office of Highway Safety through Director Daphne O’Neal at firstname.lastname@example.org or Law Enforcement Liaison LaShaunda Mobley at email@example.com.