5 tips in the dark
5 tips when cycling
5 tips when taking the bus
Module 1: Seeing
Module 2: Crossing
Module 3: Cycling
Module 4: Being a road user
Module 5: Safe way to school
Module 6: Mobility of the future
Full package: All six modules
Material for Switzerland
Craft instructions for a darkroom
Word of welcome
Questions & Answers
Training 1: Traffic signs
Training 2: Getting to school
Safety on the pavement
The pavement, the bus and the train are often very busy. There are a lot of things to look out for here to help keep everyone safe.
On the sidewalk:
Keep a sufficient distance between you and others.
Watch others closely. Only then you can see what they intend to do next.
Pay attention to your speed. Do not ride the bicycle too quickly. Otherwise, you will not be able to stop in time.
Never run, play or push people! That can be dangerous!
On roads declared for playing:
Roads declared for playing are areas where there is little traffic. Playing is allowed on the entire road.
But be careful! Do not put yourself or others in danger.
Watch out for cars and cyclists.
Show consideration for others when playing.
At the bus stop:
Be still while waiting for the bus or the train. Don’t play, and stay away from the road.
When the bus or the train arrives let the other passengers get off first before you hop in yourself.
Do not shove others when hopping in.
While riding public transport:
Be considerate. Offer your place to the elderly or people with their leg in plaster or leaning on crutches.
Do not place your school bag on a seat as other passengers will want to sit down too.
Place your school bag in your lap or between your legs. Never leave it in the aisle as someone could stumble over it.
If the bus/train is crowded do not push or shove.
When getting out do not push!