Pedestrian Safety in Georgia

Georgia Law on Pedestrian Safety

What the Georgia code says about pedestrian safety.

Specific laws dealing with pedestrians, motorists and pedestrians, and pedestrian safety.

Tips & Tools for Georgia Pedestrians

Pedestrian Safety Tips

Staying safe while walking in Georgia.

Pedestrian Safety Flyers

PEDS has a limited supply of some printed flyers for distribution in metro Atlanta only. We encourage you to print your own copies using the PDFs below. To order a pack of 25 color flyers from PEDS call Liz Coyle at 404-685-8732.
Shipping and handling is $5.00 for non-member neighborhoods and free to neighborhood associations that are members of PEDS.

You can also check the Georgia Governor’s Office of Highsway Safety’s Safety Store for other traffic safety flyers and brochures. They’re free. 

Georgia "Safe Routes to School" FAQ

If you have any additional questions regarding the program that are not addressed on this page, please feel free to contact the state's SRTS coordinator.

Georgia "Safe Routes to School" Toolkit

GDOT has developed a virtual tool kit of information to help get your school's SRTS program going and to keep it going.

 

For a comprehensive list of local, state, and national pedestrian safety resource websites visit: http://peds.org/resources/links/.