At the center of SCAG’s Go Human is a regional safety advertisement campaign, which encourages drivers to slow down and watch for people walking and biking.
Based on data from SCAG, people who walk and bike experience a disproportionate share of serious injuries and fatalities in traffic crashes. The safety campaign focuses on driver speeds, one of the systemic factors that contribute to roadway danger.
SCAG’s Go Human Mini-Grants Program provides funding to non-profits and community-based organizations to implement local traffic safety projects.
The Go Human Mini-Grants program aims to build street-level community resiliency and increase the safety of people most harmed by traffic injuries and fatalities, including without limitation Black, Indigenous and People of Color; people with disabilities; and frontline workers, particularly those walking and biking.
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.