Cross with care

Whether you’re walking the dog, shuffling though busy city streets on your way to the office, or driving the kids to school, we all need to make sure we’re paying attention when we are on or near the road.

Regardless if you’re late for your 2 o’clock, or running to catch the bus — when near roads, be aware and cross with care. Doing things such as talking or texting on a mobile phone, or listening to loud music on headphones can impact your awareness and safety. This goes for drivers too! Never assume a pedestrian has seen or heard you. Let’s all look out for each other.

Image of a busy station with a sign saying - It's ok if you are lat, Nate. Be aware. Cross with care.

Be aware. Cross with care.

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Cross up ahead, Ned. Be aware. Cross with care.
It's ok if you are late, Nate. Be aware. Cross with care.
Put down the phone, Joan. Be ware. Cross with care.
Is there a safer place to cross, Ross? Be aware. Cross with care.
Be smart in traffic, Bart. Be aware. Cross with care.

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