Welcome to the Evaluation Guide for Pedestrian Safety

About the Evaluation Guide

About the Evaluation Guide

Learn more about how the guide can help you evaluate a variety of different pedestrian safety interventions.

About the Evaluation Guide

Create Your Evaluation Plan

Learn more about how the guide can help you evaluate a variety of different pedestrian safety interventions.

About the Evaluation Guide

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Access a variety of resources to support your evaluation planning, including a glossary, tips for success, examples, templates, and tools.

The Evaluation Guide for Pedestrian Safety is a robust and comprehensive resource designed to help you and your partners effectively evaluate your pedestrian safety interventions.
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You can use this guide to:

  • Plan your evaluation of a pedestrian safety intervention using a helpful, step-by-step process.
  • Obtain useful tips to help you:
    • Collaborate successfully with partners.
    • Infuse principles associated with social, health, and economic equity into your evaluation.
    • Implement and manage your evaluation process effectively.
    • Capitalize on assets and overcome anticipated barriers during the evaluation process.
  • Access templates, tools, resources, and examples from the field to inform and enhance your evaluation.

The Evaluation Guide for Pedestrian Safety was developed by the Safe States Alliance, with support from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Content and structure for the guide were provided by Research and Evaluation Group and Transtria. Web development, design, and hosting of the guide were provided by Banyan Communications.