Pedestrian Safety

Pedestrian Safety

Pedestrian Safety Initiatives

Taking Action on Pedestrian Safety

The New York State Departments of Transportation and Health have teamed up with the Governor’s Traffic Safety Committee on a first-of-its-kind pedestrian safety campaign in New York State. It provides a $110 million, five-year commitment to improving pedestrian safety across Upstate New York and Long Island through the Three Es – Engineering, Enforcement and Education.

Making Streets Safer

The Three Es

Our three-pronged approach to making streets safer for pedestrians features the Three Es – Engineering, Enforcement and Education.

Public Service Announcement

Hidden Obstructions

See! Be Seen!

Take Action

Keeping Pedestrians Safe

Action Plan

Learn about the comprehensive five-year, multi-agency plan for pedestrian safety in New York State.


Everyone is a pedestrian. Learn about the different types of pedestrian traffic signals and how to use them and find safety tips for pedestrians and motorists. 


What types of pedestrian safety improvement projects are we considering? Find out here.

Stay Informed

Pedestrian Safety is a Group Effort


Find a thorough list of NYSDOT pedestrian safety initiatives, as well as links to other state, federal and private pedestrian safety information. 

Upstate & Long Island

Pedestrian Motor Vehicle Crashes

Fact Sheets for Law Enforcement

Pedestrian and Motor Vehicle Crashes