Whether commuting to work, heading to school, or running an errand, everyone deserves to arrive at their destination safely- no matter how they get around.
The Watch For Me VT program seeks to reduce injuries and deaths on Vermont roadways, specifically among people who walk and bike. Using education and enforcement, we can work together to improve the safety of our Vermont communities.
Watch for Me VT increases the overall visibility of pedestrian and bicyclist safety issues through public service messages and community engagement efforts such as special events, sponsorships, and collaborative partnerships. The program also provides educational materials and expert consulting to leaders and community members such as government staff, pedestrian and bicycle advocates, city planners, law enforcement agencies, engineers, public health professionals, the media, influencers, elected officials, parents, educators, and concerned citizens.
Use this site to learn how to be a safer driver, bicyclist, and pedestrian. And please help us spread the message by downloading and/or sharing the resources with your peers, company, family, class, etc.
This program is modeled after the Watch For Me NC and Watch For Me CT programs, with support from Local Motion, Vermont State Highway Safety Office, Vermont Department of Transportation, and the Vermont Department of Health.