Source: AgriLife Today
Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service safety experts know college towns may have more bicycle and pedestrian traffic than normal, but their message of pedestrian and bicyclist safety is being taken on the road throughout the Brazos Valley.
“As staff driving to and from our campus offices, we witness the student bike and foot traffic daily,” said Mary Jo Prince, AgriLife Extension program coordinator for the Safety City Program, College Station. “We notice a lot of potential injuries as students move across campus wearing headsets or ear buds or walk while looking down at their phones or other hand-held devices, unaware of what’s in their path.”
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