Go Human

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Community Outreach and Advertising

Go Human is a community outreach and advertising campaign with the goals of reducing traffic collisions in Southern California and encouraging people to walk and bike more. We hope to create safer and healthier cities through education, advocacy, information sharing and events that help residents re-envision their neighborhoods. Go Human is funded by grants from the California Office of Traffic Safety, the California Active Transportation Program, the Mobile Source Air Pollution Reduction Review Committee and from our sponsors.

Awards

  • Green Leadership Award, presented by the County of Los Angeles Board of Supervisors (2018)
  • Enriching Lives Award for the Camina en Walnut Park Event/Project, presented by Hilda Solis, Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, First District (2018)
  • Transportation Planning Excellence Award, presented by the Federal Highway Administration (2017)
  • Best Practice Award of Merit, for SCAG’s Go Human Tactical Urbanism Events, presented by APA Orange County (2018)
  • Blue Pencil and Gold Screen Awards, Go Human Advertising Campaign, awarded by the National Association of Government Communicators (2016)
  • Public Outreach Excellence Award, presented by California APA (2018)

Our Sponsors

SCAG thanks all of our generous Go Human sponsors for their continued efforts to improve traffic safety and encourage biking and walking throughout the region. To learn more about how to become a Go Human sponsor, view our Sponsorship Opportunities page.

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Let’s Walk

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Go Human with your own two feet! Walking is one of the easiest ways to get active and stay fit. It’s free, reduces stress, prevents disease, and can connect you to your community in a whole new way.

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Let’s Bike

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Go Human by biking! Improve your health, save money, help the environment, and avoid traffic and the hassle of parking. Enjoy the ride!

 

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Scooter Safety

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E-scooters are a great way to get around, help the environment, get fresh air and avoid traffic. Keep these safety tips in mind to make sure you enjoy the ride!

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Drive with Care

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California has the nation’s highest number of pedestrian and bicyclist fatalities. If you drive, take extra care around people walking and biking. It’s the human thing to do.

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Safety Resources

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SCAG hosted regional workshops and webinars related to traffic safety to encourage local entities to design and build safer streets that promote walking, biking, and community connection. This section provides resources and information from these events and activities.

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Get Involved

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As the Go Human campaign grows, we want to keep you apprised of upcoming events and available resources. Use the Go Human website as an information hub to make your community safer to walk and bike.

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Events

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Go Human and its partners host events and projects that reimagine and redesign streets across the region to promote walking and biking and community connection. Information about upcoming events is listed below. Visit our Past Events Information page to check out results from previously held events throughout the region, or get inspired to host your own event in the future.