Colorado Pedestrian Accident Resources

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How to Prevent Colorado Pedestrian Accidents

How to Prevent Colorado Pedestrian Accidents

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration defines a pedestrian as a person who is on foot, walking, running, jogging, hiking, sitting, or lying down. You'd think it would be relatively safe to walk down the street, but sadly it's not the case, at least in...

Meet Fred Estrian, Colorado’s Pedestrian Safety Symbol

There’s a new pop culture icon on the scene. His name is Fred Estrian, and he’s the brainchild of the Colorado Department of Transportation. Fred, whose full name, as you may have noticed, rhymes with pedestrian, is both an animated character appearing in new public...

Coloradans and Others Get New Driving — and Walking — Distraction

Coloradans and Others Get New Driving — and Walking — Distraction

It seems that more distractions for drivers (and pedestrians) are appearing all the time. A popular new mobile app game called Pokémon Go is putting people at risk of walking and driving accidents, according to recent news reports. As Hayley Tsukayama reports for The...

Colorado Road Health Summit Addresses Traffic Safety

Colorado Road Health Summit Addresses Traffic Safety

The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) held a Road Health Summit last week to bring together experts, including more than 200 “traffic safety partners,” to discuss solutions to traffic safety issues affecting the state. The summit was held June 8-10 at...

Google Invents Sticky Autonomous Car Layer to Protect Pedestrians

Google Invents Sticky Autonomous Car Layer to Protect Pedestrians

Flypaper is the analogy that Ethan Baron is making to a new Google patent for technology that would boost the safety of pedestrians who might be hit by self-driving vehicles. Writing for The Mercury News, Baron reports that the large tech company received a patent...

Algorithm Helps Autonomous Vehicles Recognize Pedestrians

Algorithm Helps Autonomous Vehicles Recognize Pedestrians

Thanks to an algorithm developed by University of California San Diego researchers that can improve the way autonomous cars recognize pedestrians, the roads will one day be even safer, Aaron Turpen wrote for Gizmag. Electrical engineers at UCSD’s Jacobs School of...

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