Regardless of a lower within the variety of drivers on the highway, the Nationwide Security Council says streets have develop into deadlier through the coronavirus pandemic.
Second-grade Hillsborough scholar Gianna Liu received prime honors in the 2020 Street Security Scholar Artwork Contest, hosted by the U.S. Division of Transportation’s Federal Motor Service Security Administration (FMCSA).
Each Gianna, 8, and Sanjana Arudala, a sixth grade scholar from Irving, Texas, have been named Grand Prize winners for his or her art work that demonstrates that everybody who makes use of the roads has a task to play in security. This contains giant vehicles and buses, automobiles, bicyclists and pedestrians.
Second-grade Hillsborough scholar Gianna Liu received prime honors in the 2020 Street Security Scholar Artwork Contest, hosted by the U.S. Division of Transportation’s Federal Motor Service Security Administration (FMCSA). (Photograph: ~Courtesy of the U.S. Division of Transportation Federal Motor Service Security Administration)
The 2 winners have been joined by 10 different college students throughout the nation who have been additionally acknowledged for his or her participation within the contest. The younger artists, ages 5 via 12, have been requested to attract on their inventive abilities to lift consciousness about sharing the highway safely with giant vehicles and buses.
“This yr’s winners present that it’s by no means too early to make highway security a prime precedence,” FMCSA Deputy Administrator Wiley Deck mentioned. “The spectacular art work from these college students will assist successfully talk FMCSA’s vital security messages to motorists all through the nation.”
The competition was open to all college students in kindergarten via sixth grade. Scholar entries centered on educating passenger car drivers, bicyclists, and pedestrians to coexist on the identical roadways as business motor autos and work collectively to scale back crashes.
Gianna takes artwork lessons at Sharron Artwork Middle in North Brunswick along with her trainer Angela Liang. It was on this class that her art work for the competition was created.
The 2 grand prize successful entries will dangle in FMCSA’s headquarters in Washington, DC. The entries from the 2 grand prize and 10 honorable point out entries will likely be featured within the 2021 Street Security artwork contest calendar.
The honorable point out winners embrace second-graders Ryan Mastropierro of Barnegat, Ana Pinto of Fort Value, Texas and Hsing-Yu Liu of San Jose, California, first-grader Pranav Balakrishnan of Plano, Texas, Kindergartener S.S. Shiva Haritha of Schaumburg, Illinois, fifth-graders Adithi Vattem of McDonald, Pennsylvania and Bella Lee of Dublin, Ohio, fourh-grader Michelle Chen of Lewisville, Texas, third-grader Preetiggah Sudhakar of Simpsonville, South Carolina and Riya Karadge of Clifton Park, New York.
The annual contest serves as a collaborative effort between the Our Roads, Our Security partnership and the Industrial Motor Car Security Belt partnership to lift security consciousness for the business bus and truck industries. The competition is organized by FMCSA’s Our Roads, Our Security Partnership, which incorporates greater than 30 different authorities, security, business, and personal organizations. These partnerships are important to amplifying the protection messages about buckling up and understanding the challenges and particular concerns when touring close to or round buses and huge vehicles.
In keeping with the FMCSA, highway security is everybody’s accountability — passenger car drivers, truck drivers, bus drivers, bicyclists and pedestrians. That’s the reason the FMCSA developed Our Roads, Our Security, a nationwide security marketing campaign formed to lift consciousness about sharing the highway safely with giant vehicles and buses.
The Our Roads, Our Security marketing campaign helps FMCSA’s mission of lowering crashes, accidents and fatalities involving giant vehicles and buses. As a part of this effort, FMCSA companions with different organizations to coach all drivers, cyclists and pedestrians on the significance of sharing the highway.
To be taught extra in regards to the Street Security Scholar Artwork Contest and to see the successful entries, go to https://www.fmcsa.dot.gov/OurRoadsArtContest.
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