SEE & BE SEEN pedestrian safety campaign was developed in partnership with
PEDS. We aim to make it safe to walk in Georgia.
People on foot are among the most vulnerable users of the road. In fact,
236 people were killed while walking in Georgia in 2016. That’s up from the 206 people who died
while walking in 2015 and the 168 who died in 2014.
View Fact Sheet
Increase in pedestrian deaths in Georgia over past two years.
Fatalities occur during overnight hours
Fatalities occur outside a crosswalk
Fatalities attributed to motorist not yielding to pedestrians
Fatalities attributed to pedestrian
Pedestrians die when struck at 40 mph
Georgia DOT is doing its part for pedestrian safety through improved medians, crosswalks and pedestrian signals and added lighting. Drivers and walkers have a shared responsibility to look out for each other and keep pedestrians safe.
Be sure you know Georgia's crosswalk law when walking or driving along Georgia roads.
View Crosswalk Law