Pedestrian lanes for safer school zones

posted June 07, 2017 at 06:40 pm
by  Manila Standard Lifestyle
FedEx and Safe Kids Worldwide Philippines (SKWP) launched EducPaint, a program that promotes road user safety education and physical improvements to walking environments like designating pedestrian lanes and installing road signs in public schools.

Recently, FedEx ran the EducPaint pilot at San Dionisio Elementary School, Parañaque Elementary School-Central, and Parañaque School Unit II.

A FedEx employee joins fellow volunteers in painting pedestrian lanes to promote road user safety among school children
To further ensure pedestrian safety, FedEx volunteers and Senior Young Road Safety Advocates conducted road safety lectures for community stakeholders such as parents, public utility vehicle drivers, and barangay enforcers.

Topics: FedEx , Safe Kids Worldwide Philippines (SKWP) , EducPaint
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