Outreach and education is a key component of Red Means Stop’s programming. Our board members and volunteers outreach to the community in many ways:
- Event Outreach
- School Outreach
- Private Event Outreach
- Stoppy the Red Light
RED LIGHT RUNNING AWARENESS MONTH
In 1999, Arizona Governor Jane Dee Hull proclaimed March as “Red Light Running Awareness Month” – a proclamation that has continued to be issued by every Arizona Governor since.
ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (ADOT) FREEWAY SIGNS
During Red Light Running Awareness Month, ADOT has put up “Red Means Stop” messages on their overhead electronic signs on the freeways statewide.
As part of our outreach goals, the Red Means Stop board collaborated with victims of red light running and their families to compile their impactful stories into an educational book, Carelessness Is No Accident. Our goal is to get these books into the hands of teens and adults to raise awareness about the dangers and consequences of red light running. If you would like a copy of Carelessness Is No Accident, it is available for purchase below.