3 edition of Slow down, safety doesn"t hurt on Highway 17 found in the catalog.
Slow down, safety doesn"t hurt on Highway 17
California. Dept. of the California Highway Patrol. Safe on 17 Task Force.
by Special Projects Section, Dept. of California Highway Patrol in [Sacramento, Calif.]
Written in English
|Other titles||Corridor safety project expansion, phase V, safe on 17., Safety doesn"t hurt on Highway 17, Safe on 17|
|Statement||Safe on 17 Task Force.|
|Contributions||California. Dept. of the California Highway Patrol. Special Projects Section., California. Dept. of the California Highway Patrol. Santa Cruz Area., California. Dept. of the California Highway Patrol. San Jose Area., California. Office of Traffic Safety., United States. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.|
|LC Classifications||HE5614.3.C3 C3353 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various foliations) :|
|LC Control Number||2008412003|
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Sean McKenny, president of the Ottawa & District Labour Council, says the death of the worker on Highway 17 is sad and frustrating. "It shouldn't have happened.". that skill-building activities are the most effective way to promote student retention of pedestrian safety skills. While the “Activity” portion may be postponed to a future class period if needed, it is an essential component to this curriculum and all lessons should be complemented with the reinforcement of safe pedestrian behavior.
Recently, a highway construction worker was hit on High near Chattanooga. The worker, who was struck by a vehicle that “flew” off the roadway, luckily suffered only a fractured leg. Accidents in road construction zones can often be eliminated by taking the proper precautions. Slow down. Failing to do so can result in fines from $ to $ and three demerit points for a first offence. All drivers need to know the law and do their part to keep our emergency workers in the Upper Ottawa Valley safe. Slow down and move over when possible as you approach emergency vehicles parked on the side of the highway.
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But until repairs are complete, slow down. Please. Q Thanks for sharing the story behind Jeffrey-the-Giraffe along Highway 85 (Roadshow, March 23).
My 3. If you’re travelling along highway 17 on Friday be prepared to slow down at Serpent River. The Serpent River First Nation Youth have planned a traffic slowdown from pm to raise awareness of the reduced speed limit within the Serpent River First Nation community.
Details of my Close Call: I was out on highway 17 it was during the winter we had a three car pile up on icy roads just got there and setting out cones to slow down traffic lights all flashing when a car not paying attention come flying through are cones my friend and I had to.
Apparently too many careless, impatient or drunk drivers are refusing to slow down in construction zones and are hurting or killing : Dave Munday. Summer is here, which means the weather is warmer, more people are on the roads and highway construction work is underway.
Federal Highway Administration statistics show t people died in work zone crashes between andand the Bureau of Labor Statistics notes that 1, workers were killed at road construction sites between and And when there's snow on the ground, slowing down is the #1 action a driver can take to stay safe.
Don't assume you're safe in a parking lot, either - slow down. Recommended For You. An average of people died on America’s roads every day in and nearly 6, people were injured in traffic crashes in the United States daily inaccording to The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, which monitors vehicle safety in the United States.
The leading contributors to motor vehicle-related deaths are speeding, not using seatbelts or car seats, and driving. Instead, give the highway your undivided attention. According to the Insurance Information Institute, activities that take drivers’ attention off the road are a major safety threat.
Many of us pull on to the highway every day as part of our routine, but it’s always a good idea to think about safety before you do. Oct. 11, Video shows how officer and motorist nearly struck by speeding car Recently a Delta Police officer was on High stopped outside of his unmarked police car, speaking with a driver who he’d just pulled over.
Both he and the other driver were pulled over on the edge of a turning lane –. The robber remains at large and was last seen on foot on the east side of Highway 17 in the Redwood Estates neighborhood. He is wearing a black mask, black rain jacket, and dark jeans. A video shared by the Delta Police Department shows a car on Highway 17 weaving in and out of traffic at a high rate of speed, narrowly missing a police officer stopped on the side of the road.
to cause unbelievable carnage and pain. We would also ask people to slow down and move to the opposite lane as dictated in the Motor Vehicle Act for. Move Over Slow Down. K likes. Campaign to increase awareness of the need to MOVE OVER SLOW DOWN for emergency and maintenance personnel working along the road.
Jury urges safety changes after Highway death Coroner’s inquest into tragedy near Arnprior results in 13 recommendations News by Derek Dunn Arnprior Chronicle-Guide Highway 17 crash claims life in construction zone. While driving, be aware of and know how to respond to warning signs such as steering problems, unusual noises or steam or smoke coming from under the hood.
If it’s a flat tire or you run out of gas, try not to panic. Signal, slow down gradually and carefully pull onto the shoulder of the road, avoiding any sudden maneuvers. Pull off the road. A Delta Police Department officer was on Highway 17 outside his unmarked police car, speaking with a driver who he’d just pulled over on the edge of a turning lane on September A driver weaving in and out of traffic, speeding excessively, narrowly avoided colliding with the officer and his vehicle.
The officer never got a look at the driver, but felt the wind at his back as the driver. Likewise, firearms instructors are quick to stress that the safety on a gun doesn't actually render the weapon safe, just marginally safer, so that all usual precautions still apply. The Tennessee Highway Patrol is on duty 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, day a year and we’re ready to help you.
Calling is still an option and can be used if you find yourself in an emergency situation. However, dialing *THP may cut down on wait time as the call goes directly to the Troopers where you’re located.
It doesn’t matter if you call the calls must be familiar with the highway safety guidelines established as outlined above. when approaching emergency vehicles on the roadway or slow down. The first guy slows down a little, the second guy slows down a lot, and the third, fourth, or fifth guys may stop altogether, bringing traffic to a halt.
That’s why you almost never find smoothly flowing expressway traffic at speeds below 35 MPH–it’s usually stop-and-go, or, at best, speed-up-and-slow-down-quick.
Q: As a Highway 17 commuter, I’ve seen it all. It’s Mad Max out there. If you drive slow, stay in the right lane even if you want to pass. Too many times people are cut off or tailgated. The wait was slow but easy-going, for 2 ½ hours.
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“Highway 17 doesn’t really get as bad as it used to,” said KSBW traffic reporter Michele Allen. “It starts to slow down at about Fire safety exists to house 10 state-provided.