Obey All Traffic Laws. As a road user you should always obey the pedestrian traffic laws to be safe on the road. If no sidewalks are present walk against the direction of traffic so you can see oncoming vehicles.
Always use the crosswalk. The marked crosswalk at signalized intersections is the safest place to cross.
Look then look again. Look left, right then left again before crossing.
Be visible. Wear bright colors and reflective accessories such as belts, clothes, wristbands and shoes.
Obey All Traffic Laws. A bicycle is a vehicle and you’re a driver. You should ride in the same direction of traffic on the street , obey all traffic signs, signals, and lane markings.
Yield to Traffic When Appropriate. It’s better to yield than “be in the right” and risk injury.
Be Predictable. Ride in a straight line and be sure those around you understand your intentions.
Be Visible. Spend a little extra on lights to get a bright headlight and taillight, and always use them at night. Position yourself in the lane so others can easily see you, especially at intersections.
Watch for Parked Cars. Don’t ride in the “door zone” of parked cars even when the bike lane is adjacent to them.
Obey All Traffic Laws. Stop or yield for pedestrians and bicycles and obey laws to be safe.
Stop before making a right on red. Pedestrians and bicyclists using the crosswalks at intersections rely on this time to cross. If you do not stop, you can hit them before you see them.
Share the road. All users including pedestrians and bicyclists are allowed to use the roads safely. Respect and share the road.