GDOT has joined with Scholastic, the global children's publishing, education, and media company on an educational initiative designed for today’s middle-school, pre-teens. This educational program, Recognizing the Risk, engages Georgia’s youth in learning about the dangers of distracted driving and walking.
GDOT is proud to be a partner in this crucial outreach expected to inspire positive social behaviors among youth before they get behind the wheel. Recognizing the Risk coincides with the GDOT
Drive Alert Arrive Alive and
See and Be Seen campaigns.
Explore below. See what the GDOT and Scholastic partnership will do for teachers, students and their families.
Teachers across Georgia can now offer their students a number of classroom activities concerning the risks of distracted walking and driving. Georgia DOT encourages students to join this effort by serving as a safety advocate. Help us continue to make our streets and sidewalks safer for everyone.
fatalities on Georgia roads were attributed to distracted behavior in 2018.
of fatalities due to distracted behavior were pedestrians.
Georgia DOT is committed to preserving safety through a number of safety programs. Join us to help keep Georgia safe.
Drive Alert Arrive Alive
See & Be Seen
Safe Routes to School