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Bicycle Safety Materials

In 2013 Minneapolis Public Works analyzed nearly 3,000 reported bicyclist-motorist crashes that occurred in Minneapolis from 2000-2010. This research is documented in the report, Understanding Bicyclist-Motorist Crashes in Minneapolis. To disseminate the findings of the analysis, the City of Minneapolis worked with the Minneapolis Bicycle Advisory Committee, MCAD Design Works, and local illustrator Bill Rebholz to create a safety campaign.

Funding for the campaign came from the Non-Motorized Transportation Pilot Program, a Federal grant aimed at increasing bicycling and walking in Minneapolis. The City of Minneapolis would also like to thank Peace Coffee and Nice Ride Minnesota for their support.

11"x17" Posters in English, Spanish, Somali, and Hmong

Small_postersEnglishSafetyStarts

Safety Starts with All of Us

English

Spanish

Somali

Hmong

 

Small_postersEnglishRidePredictably

Ride Predictably

English

Spanish

Somali

Hmong

 

Small_postersEnglishLookforBikes

Look for Bikes

English

Spanish

Somali

Hmong

 

Small_postersEnglishMoreBikes

More Bikes, Safer Streets

English

Spanish

Somali

Hmong

 

For questions about this campaign, please contact Simon Blenski at 612-673-5012 or simon.blenski@minneapolismn.gov.

Last updated Dec 23, 2016

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