The STREET SMARTS program has received a lot of attention thanks to eye- and ear-catching materials that everyone can relate to.
Street Smarts: Program Overview (PDF / 40 KB)
Get all the facts about Street Smarts, and learn what the program can do to enhance traffic safety in your neighborhood and at your school.
School Safety Program Overview (PDF / 56 KB)
Statistics and facts on the exciting Street Smarts school program.
Spandex Isn’t Armor Small Flyer (PDF / 846 KB)
The straight up facts on being a safe and responsible bicyclist; short and to the point!
Back to School Safety SJDOT (PDF / 44 KB)
Tips on safely navigating school zones during Pick-up/Drop-off times, as well as walking and biking tips to keep your kids safe. Read this with your children!
Riding Your Bicycle is Fun and Healthy Tool Flyer (PDF / 71 KB)
Riding your bike instead of driving is healthy for you AND for the environment!
Classroom Kit (PDF / 14.5 MB)
An amazing resource for educators and parents alike, this kit is full of talking points about traffic safety, quizzes, and coloring sheets. It’s a great resource for teachers – just download the materials anytime, and it’s also for parents to use to teach their own children!
National Highway Transportation Safety Administration
This link contains excellent resources for Pedestrian, Bicycle, Driver Safety Tips as well as many other transportation related safety resources.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Contains useful information on child passenger safety along with other safety information.
Kids and Bicycle Safety – from the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration
Bicycle riding is fun, healthy, and a great way to be independent. But it is important to remember that a bicycle is not a toy; it’s a vehicle! Be cool, and follow these basic safety tips when you ride.
World Health Organization Road Safety Collaboration
Information on the United Nations Safety Roads projects and international Safe Roads Week.
Programs teach kids pedestrian safety, train safety and car seat safety, through media events, device distribution and hands-on educational activities for kids and their families, in an effort to get communities across the country more involved in the safety of their children.
Vision Zero San Jose
Contains information on the City of San Jose's Vision Zero project goals and how we can work together to improve traffic safety.
California Office of Traffic Safety
Information on how to prevent distracted driving as well has many other transportation safety resources.