Pedestrian Safety

True or False?

Choose true or false for each number and then click on Check Your Answers at the bottom to get your score.

 
  1. San Francisco doesn't have many pedestrian/vehicle accidents.
    1. True.
    2. False.

  2. A pedestrian/vehicle accident is always the driver's fault.
    1. True.
    2. False.

  3. Some drivers drive too fast.
    1. True.
    2. False.

  4. About 41% of the accidents in the study were the pedestrian's fault.
    1. True.
    2. False.

  5. Accidents can happen if pedestrians dart out into the street.
    1. True.
    2. False.

  6. A bus can hide a pedestrian.
    1. True.
    2. False.

  7. Jaywalking is not a problem.
    1. True.
    2. False.

  8. Pedestrian countdown signals show how many seconds are left before the light changes to red.
    1. True.
    2. False.

  9. Speed bumps make traffic go faster.
    1. True.
    2. False.

  10. A crosswalk is usually marked with white lines.
    1. True.
    2. False.

  11. A scramble crossing lets pedestrians cross to any of the three corners in an intersection.
    1. True.
    2. False.

  12. If you look left, right, and left before you cross the street, you can stop looking.
    1. True.
    2. False.

  13. It's okay to start crossing the street when the pedestrian signal (don't walk or a hand) is flashing.
    1. True.
    2. False.

  14. It's always safe to cross on a green light.
    1. True.
    2. False.

  15. Crosswalks are always safe.
    1. True.
    2. False.

  16. You should try to make eye contact with the driver before you cross in front of a car.
    1. True.
    2. False.

  17. Drivers will always stop to let you cross.
    1. True.
    2. False.

  18. Some drivers go through red lights.
    1. True.
    2. False.

  19. At night it's a good idea to carry a flashlight.
    1. True.
    2. False.

  20. Be careful of cars backing out of parking spaces and driveways.
    1. True.
    2. False.