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Blind Pedestrian Safety Now

Community Event

Sunday Parkways invites you to join as various community members and leaders will discuss the past, present and future of White Cane Safety and how you can do your part.

Graphic show slides showing tips for taking care of blind pedestrians

Join the Pedestrian Safety Action Coalition for a live online event with Sunday Parkways, where various community members and leaders will discuss the past, present and future of White Cane Safety and how you can do your part. 

More about the Pedestrian Safety Action Coalition: 

The Pedestrian Safety Action Coalition is a group of blind and low-vision transportation system users that advocate and educate for safer streets and crossings. They also coordinate the Portland celebration of White Cane Safety Day.  Annually October 15 is White Cane Safety Day designated as such by the United States Congress joint resolution in 1964 recognizing that white canes enable blind people to travel safely and independently. 

This free event is brought to you by #SundayParkwaysatHome, presented by Kaiser Permanente.   

Join us live on the Sunday Parkways Facebook page