Alert Today Alive Tomorrow - Cyclist, Driver and Pedestrian Safety Campaign

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On Friday, March 1, 2013, the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office (JSO) in partnership with the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) and the Florida Highway Patrol (FHP) announced the launch of a city wide awareness campaign among motorists, pedestrians, and bicyclists to reduce the amount of crashes and fatalities occurring on our roadways.

For more information please visit www.AlertTodayFlorida.com 

- Traffic Statistics

- News Releases

- Traffic Safety Awareness Campaign Materials 

- Traffic Safety and Enforcement Notices       
 


Traffic Statistics

 
  • In Jacksonville, traffic fatalities increased 5% in 2013, up from 138 in 2012 to 145 in 2013. In 2011 Jacksonville experienced the lowest number of fatalities in 12 years, with 103 fatalities.
  • For a second year in a row (2012, 2013) there was an increase in Motor Vehicle vs. Pedestrian fatalities. Unfortunately many of those included pedestrians who were at fault: jaywalking or darting out into traffic; walking while impaired; nor walking on the available sidewalks. Some drivers were also at fault.
  • Motorcyclist fatalities increased in 2013, up from 19 in 2012 to 25 in 2013. Excessive speed continues to be a contributing factor to many motorcycle fatalities on Jacksonville roadways. Drivers need to drive with caution.
  • Motor Vehicle vs. Bicyclist fatalities are also a concern. Many bicyclists continue to ride while impaired and some don’t follow the rules of the road.


Brochure Inserts


Flyers:

No Regrets When You Drive With Care:


 

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TV Commercials


:30 Commercial - FDOT Alert Today - Alive Tomorrow Public Service Announcement - English Version


:30 Commerical - FDOT Alert Today - Alive Tomorrow Public Service Announcement - Spanish Version



:30 Commerical - Bicycle Safety Public Service Announcement (partnership with One Road Jax)




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