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University, community officials launch ‘Travel with Care Auburn’ campaign

To heighten awareness of transportation safety, Auburn University, the City of Auburn, Auburn Police Division and the Lee County Sheriff’s Office launched the weeklong “Travel with Care” campaign, Monday, March 18. Auburn University Executive Director of Public Safety and Security Melvin Owens, Mayor Bill Ham Jr., Auburn Assistant Police Chief Paul Register and Lee County Sheriff Jay Jones joined members of the community to kick off the campaign, which encourages motorists, cyclists, pedestrians, transit riders and commuters using other forms of transportation to make safety their first priority on the road.

Throughout Travel with Care week, traffic laws and safety guidelines will be reinforced through public service announcements. Promotional items, many of which increase commuter visibility, also will be given away daily at various event stations. Big Dog Running Company is partnering with the campaign to make available a wide range of clothing and gear designed to increase nighttime visibility of walkers, cyclists and runners.

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Auburn University, community officials launch ‘Travel with Care Auburn’ campaign

AUBURN – To heighten awareness of transportation safety, Auburn University, the city of Auburn, Auburn Police Division and the Lee County Sheriff’s Office launched the weeklong “Travel with Care” campaign, Monday, March 19. Auburn University Vice President for Student Affairs Ainsley Carry, Mayor Bill Ham Jr., Auburn Police Chief Tommy Dawson and Lee County Sheriff Jay Jones joined members of the community to kick off the campaign, which encourages motorists, cyclists, pedestrians, transit riders and commuters using other forms of transportation to make safety their first priority on the road.

As indicated in the campaign’s tag line, “however you go, go safely,” the importance of observing traffic laws while respecting all modes of transportation is a major emphasis of the campaign’s message.

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Auburn University, community officials to launch ‘Travel with Care Auburn’ campaign April 4

AUBURN – To heighten awareness of transportation safety, Auburn University, the city of Auburn and the Lee County Sheriff’s Office will launch the “Travel with Care Auburn” campaign, Monday, April 4, at 2 p.m. on Samford lawn. Auburn University President Jay Gogue, Auburn Mayor Bill Ham, Jr. and Lee County Sheriff Jay Jones will join members of the community to kick off the campaign.

Monday through Friday, April 4-8, the message of transportation safety will be communicated in a variety of ways with specific information for motorists, cyclists, pedestrians and those who use public transportation. A series of public service announcements will urge drivers to be alert for pedestrians and bicyclists. Pedestrians will be reminded about proper use of crosswalks, pedestrian crossing signals and reflective materials for nighttime visibility. Bicyclists will be reminded to ride with traffic, obey traffic signals and signs, use hand signals and use lights at night for visibility.

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Auburn University and City of Auburn to kick off transportation safety campaign Monday

AUBURN – Auburn University and the City of Auburn are sponsoring a joint safety and alternative transportation campaign, “Travel With Care,” April 5-9. With its tagline of “However you go, go safely,” the campaign will encourage motorists, cyclists, pedestrians, transit riders and all travelers to obey the rules of the road to ensure their safety and the safety of fellow travelers.

Auburn University President Jay Gogue, Mayor Bill Ham Jr. and members of the community will be on hand Monday, April 5, at 11:15 a.m. at Toomer’s Corner for the campaign kickoff.

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