Monday, September 30, 2013

Pedestrian Safety Volunteers Needed in Bethesda and Silver Spring

Building on a successful pedestrian safety volunteer program in Wheaton, the Department of Transportation’s (MCDOT) Pedestrian Safety Initiative is expanding its outreach effort to Silver Spring and Bethesda. Once trained, volunteers in these areas will work with the County to spread the pedestrian safety message, educating both pedestrians and drivers on how to stay safe.

Volunteers are needed for the Taste of Bethesda on October 5. Learn more by emailing MCDOT or calling 240-777-7195. More information about Montgomery County’s pedestrian safety program is available online.