Second Annual Dusk 2 Dawn Campaign


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Partner to Make Walkers Safer on Eight Key Streets

With pedestrian fatalities already reaching 2019 totals for the year, this message could not be more important. The key message of this year’s campaign is that 80 percent of pedestrian deaths happen from Dusk 2 Dawn, and that pedestrians and drivers must do everything they can to assure safer travel. Those walking need to make sure drivers can see them, and drivers need to understand that paying full attention while driving is essential. This includes scanning side to side for those on foot waiting to cross our streets.

This year Ped Safe Nevada has chosen to focus on EIGHT key roads in Southern Nevada. These key locations had the most critical and fatal pedestrian crashes from 2016 to 2018 and will be displaying this important...

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Sadly, we kill a lot of pedestrians in Clark County. In 2017, that number was the highest ever recorded in our city, at 78. So many things play a role in our issues! If every road user was more predictable we would all be safer, no matter what the mode of travel. Our primary service is to be a resource for the community. So, if this is an issue you want to learn more about, we have a program for you!  –More… 



The other “Vulnerable Road Users” in our community we work with are cyclists, both bicyclists and motorcyclists. In this case, we most often work with partners form RTC, Southern NV Bicycle Coalition or Nevada Rider, but we do offer education on the importance of safe cycling, and helmets!
Through our wonderful partners at NV DOT, we are able to offer –More…



We offer a variety of classes. If you are here because you received a citation due to a pedestrian violation, as a driver or walker, we offer the class that allows you to have your fine dismissed and your points erased. Look at the top of the page and click on classes and chose what you need; we will make sure you get confirmation of your choice and look forward to seeing you! –More…

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Save A Life Win A MacBook

Our Annual Save A Life, Win A MacBook Campaign Has Been Extended. New Deadline, May 1, 2020! In February, students in southern Nevada were invited to design and submit a poster for the annual chance to educate the community and potentially win a MacBook. The original due date for submissions through schools was yesterday; because […]

Documentary Premier My Best Friend: A Pedestrian Story

Due to the COVID-19 Virus we are postponing this event. Please check back for updates. — In late 2019, we gathered with community advocates to laydown a chalk outline where a pedestrian was killed in 2018 and the first half of 2019, we marked 91 outlines. Three of the 91 were placed by the mothers […]

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The Vulnerable Road Users Project is part of the Transportation Research Center at UNLV, and we have been working on the pedestrian safety issue for a long time!!

It is startling how many lives are lost every year in Clark County when people crossing streets are hit by vehicles. In the 1990’s and early 2000’s we were always in the top ten for pedestrian fatalities per capita across the US; we in fact, were the top spot in 1999, another bad list to top.

On this web site you will find a lot of information you can use to help understand and/or teach about getting safely to your destination. There are videos, news stories, research, maps that show where injuries and fatalities have happened. There are tools for teaching everyone from kids to senior citizens,

Please browse to find what you are looking for, and if you can’t find it or need more information, feel free to Contact Us.

Check Out Our Classes On Pedestrian Safety and Child Safety Seat Training

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Pedestrian Statistics

1 Of 10 Pedestrians Will Die in 20 MPH Crashes
9 Of 10 Pedestrians Will Die in 40 MPH Crashes
Lives Lost In 2017! TEN Were On the Sidewalk!
The Number of Yards it Takes To See a Pedestrian When Traveling 40 MPH