The City of Indio and SCAG’s Go Human program held Indio’s Streets are Treats, a Halloween themed pop-up safety demonstration. The event transformed Downtown Indio at Miles Avenue and Smurr Street with temporary street safety improvements to provide an opportunity for residents to experience and provide feedback on improvements that make it safer and more enjoyable to walk, bike, and roll in their community.
In partnership with the 10th Annual Uptown Jazz Festival, the City of Long Beach and SCAG’s Go Human program held Activate Artesia Blvd to offer community members a unique experience to reimagine Artesia Boulevard. The event opened up Artesia between Atlantic and Lewis to allow residents to test out and provide feedback on future street safety improvements that make the community safer and more enjoyable to walk and bike.
SCAG’s Go Human campaign held a 12-part Traffic Safety Peer Exchange series, which was designed to bring together practitioners from jurisdictions and non-governmental organizations throughout the six-county region.
The Traffic Safety Peer Exchanges are supported by funding from the California Office of Traffic Safety, through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
Join the City of Wildomar to experience safer streets for people walking and biking! Test out temporary protected bike lanes and creative crosswalks that support safer walking and biking. Check out the demonstrations, learn about the Mobility Plan, and share your feedback to be entered to win free prizes including bikes, scooters, and more. Stop by Go Active Wildomar and enjoy this self-directed and socially distanced event. We’ll be excited to hear your feedback on the potential walking and biking improvements. For more information, please visit the City of Wildomar’s Mobility Plan site.