Fenwick Island Takes On Low-Speed Vehicles, Confusion Over Construction Holidays

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Fenwick Island officials have plenty on the plate Friday Council members have been considering a ban on low-speed vehicles, with the goal of keeping shuttles off Bunting Avenue in particular. According to Councilwoman Natalie Magdeberger, Bunting Avenue becomes Fenwick Island’s de facto boardwalk during summer months. “We’ve basically allowed that stretch of roadway to remain…

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“Walk Smart, Arrive Alive” – Del. Pedestrian Safety Campaign Underway

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“Walk Smart, Arrive Alive” is Delaware’s pedestrian safety message through the end of January. The Delaware Office of Highway Safety is driving home the message through a variety of methods to discourage risky pedestrian activities and encourage safer walking habits. Especially during winter as more motorists are driving in the dark, OHS recommends that pedestrians…

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Staying Safe As The New School Year Begins

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Schools are heading back into session over the next few days, with others already in session for the new school year. Not every student rides the bus to school. According to Georgetown Police, the Indian River School District has more than 300 students who walk to school, and it’s just as important to watch for…

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Cheswick The Crab Promotes Safety On OC Roads

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Cheswick the Crab is on the move, spreading an important message about pedestrian, vehicular and bicycle safety as the summer season gets underway. The mascot and safety ambassadors from the Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration are distributing free copies of Cheswick the Crab and the Smart Summer today (Friday) near the Boardwalk Tram…

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Rehoboth Beach Installs Pedestrian Safety Beacons at 3 Intersections in Town

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With pedestrian safety at top of mind, the City of Rehoboth Beach has installed flashing beacons at three crosswalks on Rehoboth Avenue.  These Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon (RRFB) crosswalk systems are solar-powered and activated by pedestrians who push a button when they want to cross a street. The bright, yellow signage and the flashing lights…

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