Interested in crosswalk flags in your neighbourhood.  Please contact Norm Collins at 902-435-6363 or crosswalksafety@eastlink.ca


Did you know a study by the US Transportation Research Board concluded crosswalk flags

are more effective at impacting driver yielding behaviour (65%) than overhead amber lights (47%)?


Read the Hants Journal coverage of the installation of crosswalk flags in Windsor, Nova Scotia

http://www.hantsjournal.ca/News/Local/2015-10-30/article-4326411/Busy-Windsor-intersection-receives-orange-flags-for-pedestrian-safety/1


 

88th set installed in HRM 

Crosswalk flags installed May 05, 2016 at

Bedford Highway and Nelson's Landing, Bedford

thanks to supportive funding by Councillor Tim Outhit

 

Another set of crosswalk flags along the Bedford Highway, these at Nelson's Landing.


 

Crosswalk flags installed May 03, 2016 at

Main Avenue and Alex/Gebhardt Streets, Halifax

thanks to supportive funding by Councillor Russell Walker

 

Crosswalk flags at Main Avenue and Alex Street / Gebhardt Street already being used.  Notice the pedestrian is till looking at traffic, as one always should, with or without a crosswalk flag.


 

Crosswalk flags installed May 03, 2016 at

Dutch Village Road and Rufus Avenue, Halifax

thanks to funding by Councillor Russell Walker

and monitoring by Thompson Conn Land Surveyors


Staff at Thompson Conn Land Surveyors offered to monitor the crosswalk flags now at Dutch Village Road and Rufus Avenue, Halifax.  And a pedestrian trying out the added safety tool.


 

Crosswalk flags installed May 03, 2016 at

Tower Road and Atlantic Street, Halifax

thanks to funding and management by the Halifax Grammar School

 

Halifax Grammar School funds and manages the first crosswalk flag program in the south end, making their students safer.


 


 

Crosswalk flags installed April 26, 2016 at

Moirs Mill Road and Acadia Mill Drive, Bedford

again thanks to the great support of Councillor Tim Outhit

 

More crosswalk flags = more pedestrian safety.


 

Crosswalk flags installed April 26, 2016 at

Southgate Drive and Ravines Drive, Bedford

again thanks to the great support of Councillor Tim Outhit


Added safety near a neighbourhood playground.


 

Crosswalk flags installed April 26, 2016 at

Larry Uteck Boulevard and Starboard Drive, Bedford

thanks to the great support of Councillor Tim Outhit


 

Although there are RA-5 lights at Larry Uteck Boulevard and Starboard Drive the crosswalk flags provide eye-level visibility.

As Janet (@greenbear2001) tweeted "Crosswalk flags on Larry Uteck! Thank you, thank you"


 

Crosswalk flags installed April 21, 2016 at

Oceanview Drive an Royal Masts Way, Bedford

thanks to the generous support of Councill Tim Outhit

 

Crosswalk flags making a school zone safer - these at Oceanview Drive and Royal Masts Way in Bedford.


 

Crosswalk flags installed April 21, 2016 at

Basinview Drive and Madison Drive / Church Crt., Bedford

thanks to the generous support of Councill Tim Outhit

 

Crosswalk flags now on Basinview Drive at Madison Avenue / Church Court thanks to the funding of Councillor Outhit.


 

Crosswalk flags installed April 21, 2016 at

Southgate Drive and Strathven Close, Bedford

thanks to the generous support of Councill Tim Outhit


More crosswalk flags in Bedford at Southgate Drive and Strathaven Close.  Already being used.


 

Wednesday, March 23rd the 100th crosswalk flag

installation in Nova Scotia took place

at Rocky Lake Drive and Rockmanor Drive, Bedford

 

78th set installed in HRM (and 100th in Nova Scotia) 

thanks to the generous support of Councill Tim Outhit

Crosswalk flags installed March 23, 2016 at

Rocky Lake Drive and Rockmanor Drive, Bedford

 

Lots of media coverage (CBC, CTV, Global, Metro News and Local Xpress) for the 100th crosswalk flag installation in Nova Scotia.


 

Installing the 100th crosswalk flag location.


 

Crosswalk Safety Society of Nova Scotia Board Member Matt Spurway using a crosswalk flag.


 

Crosswalk flags installed March 23, 2016 at Dartmouth Road and Wardour Street, Bedford

thanks to the generous support of Councillor Tim Outhit.

 

Crosswalk flags now on Dartmouth Road at Wardour Street in Bedford.


 

Crosswalk flags installed March 21, 2016 at Leeds Street and Highland Avenue, Halifax

thanks Cathy Blum and St. Stephen's school and Joelle Rowling and the Leeds St. Child Care Centre

 

Day care children from Leeds St. Child Care Centre using the crosswalk flags even before fully installed.

It doesn't get much cuter than this.


 

Neither rain, nor hail, nor sleet nor snow will stop the installation of crosswalk flags. 


Joelle Rowling, Leeds St. Child Care Centre, Norm Collins, Crosswalk Safety Society of Nova Scotia and Cathy Blum, St. Stephen's Elementary school, Halifax.


 

Crosswalk flags installed March 20, 2016 at Rocky Lake Drive and Sunnydale Crescent, Bedford

once again thanks to the funding of Councillor Tim Outhit

 

Crosswalk flags now at Rocky Lake Drive and Sunnydale Crescent, Bedford.


 

Crosswalk flags installed March 20, 2016 at Rocky Lake Drive and Central Street, Bedford

thanks to the funding of Councillor Tim Outhit

 

Crosswalk flags being used immediately after being installed at Central Street and Rocky Lake Drive, Bedford.



Crosswalk flags installed March 20, 2016 at Willett Street and Chadwick Place, Halifax

thanks to the funding of Councillor Reg Rankin and the initiation and management by Barb Johnson


Barb Johnson (left), manager of the program and Willett and Chadwick proudly using the flags and another pedestrian (perhaps a bit less enthusiastically) also using the newly installed crosswalk flags.


 

Crosswalk flags installed March 09, 2016 at 1200 Bedford Highway and Sullivans Hill

thanks to the funding of Councillor Tim Outhit and the initiation and management by Patricia Bell


 

Crosswalk flags installed February 28, 2016 at Victoria Road and Vanessa Street, Dartmouth

thanks to the funding of Landmark Developments and

the initiation and management by Michelle Darlington


 

Crosswalk flags installed December 30, 2015 at

Portland St. and St. George's Lane/MacKay St., Dartmouth

thanks to the generous funding of nearby residents

and the intersection of Collins Grove and Spring Avenue, Dartmouth

thanks to Deputy Mayor Matt Whitman.

 

Collins Grove and Spring Avenue - now 'flagged' thanks to the generosity of Deputy Mayor Matt Whitman, a Councillor who considers those outside his district.


 

The crosswalk at Portland Street at St. George's Lane and MacKay Street is now more visible due to the generosity of the local neighbourhood who are funding and managing the crosswalk flag program.


 

Crosswalk flags installed December 26, 2015 along the Mainland Linear Trail across

Farnham Gate Road, Langbrae Drive, Radcliffe Drive and Lacewood Drive, Halifax,

all thanks to the generous funding of District 12 Councillor Reg Rankin.


 

Crosswalk flags installed at four (4) locations along the Mainland Linear Trail, crossing Farnham Gate road, Langbrae Drive, Radcliffe Drive and Lacewood Drive, all thanks to the funding by District 12 Councillor Reg Rankin.


 

Crosswalk flags now on Lacewood Drive at the Mainland Linear Trail, near the bus terminal.


 

It didn't take long for the crosswalk flags to be used shortly after installation at the Mainland Linear Trail crossing Radcliffe Drive.


 

The second installation along the Mainland Linear Trail, at Langbrae Drive, with Scott Guthrie crossing safely with a crosswalk flag.



Crosswalk flags already being used, only minutes after installation at Farnham Gate Road, Halifax.


 

Crosswalk flags installed December 23, 2015 at

Breeze Drive and Belvedere Drive, Dartmouth.


 Crosswalk flags now on Breeze Drive and Belvedere Drive                 already being used by a nearby resident.


 

Crosswalk flags installed December 07, 2015 at

565 Herring Cove Road, Spryfield

Rockingstone Road and Beachstone Drive, and

Old Sambro Road and Brunt Road, Harrietsfield

thanks to the funding of District 11 Councillor Steve Adams.


 

Hard at work making their community safer.  The crosswalk flag initiative would not be as successful if it wasn't for residents like Scott Guthrie (left) and Councillor Steve Adams (right) both willing to be hands on to increase visibility to crosswalks and pedestrians.


 

Councillor Adams and Scott Guthrie installing crosswalk flag buckets and crosswalk flags in Harrietsfield.


 

First learning how to use a crosswalk flag and then applying the lesson - at Rockingstone Road and Beachstone Drive, Spryfield.


 

Crosswalk flags now installed at 565 Herring Cove Road, Spryfield.



Congratulations to Councillor Linda Mosher for taking the initiative to install crosswalk flags at eight (8) locations in District 9

  • Herring Cove Road and Spry Avenue
  • Herring Cove Road and McMullen Road
  • Herring Cove Road and Glenora Avenue
  • Herring Cove Road and Lawnwood Avenue
  • Herring Cove Road and Purcell's Cove Road
  • Purcell's Cove Road and Herring Cove Road
  • St. Margaret's Bay Road and Fenerty Road, and
  • Connaught Avenue at Liverpool Street

Great leadership on crosswalk safety.

This brings the total number of crosswalk flags installed in Halifax to 60!

 

Crosswalk flags at Connaught Avenue and Liverpool Street, Halifax - funded and installed by Councillor Mosher.


 


Crosswalk flags installed December 02, 2015 at

Herring Cove Road and Sussex Street, Spryfield and 349 Herring Cove Road, Spryfield

thanks to the funding of  District 11 Councillor Steve Adams.


 

349 Herring Cove Road, Spryfield is now safer to cross with crosswalk flags, thanks to Councillor Steve Adams.


 

Crosswalk flags installed at Herring Cove Road and Sussex Street, Spryfield.


 

Crosswalk flags installed November 29, 2015 at

64 Lucien Drive, Dartmouth

thanks to the initiative of Phil McDonald and the funding of the Dartmouth Kinsemen.


 

Crosswalk flags make the crosswalk at 64 Lucien Drive, Dartmouth that much more visible.


 

Crosswalk flags installed November 19, 2015 at

1488 Main Road, Eastern Passage

thanks to the initiative of Sarah MacCann and the funding of District 13 Deputy Mayor Matt Whitman.


 

Crosswalk flags now installed at 1488 Main Road, Eastern Passage.  Look at that traffic!


 

Deputy Mayor, District 13 Councillor, Matt Whitman out helping to install the 50th set of crosswalk flags in HRM.


 

Crosswalk flags installed November 19, 2015 at

Colby Drive and Andover Road, Cole Harbour

thanks to Colby Village Preschool.

 

Colby Drive and Avondale Road marked crosswalk


 

before and after.


 

Crosswalk flags installed

                      on Colby Drive at Avondale Road.


 

Thanks to the initiation of Tina and Ashley Chaulk and the funding and management of Colby Village Preschool.


 

Crosswalk flags installed November 07, 2015 at

Caldwell Road and Morris Lake Drive, Cole Harbour

thanks to funding from Rick and Colleen Beaton and management of the location by Mary Beth Lewis.

 

Mary Beth, Terrell, Colleen and Rick, who collectively made the crosswalk flags in their neighbourhood a reality.


 

Crosswalk flags installed November 06, 2015 at

St. Margaret's Bay Road and Timberlea Parkway

thanks to the funding generosity of Councillor Reg Rankin

and management of the location by Scott Guthrie.

 

Scott Guthrie demonstrating the effective reflective aspects of the crosswalk flags installed on St. Margaret's Bay Road at the Timberlea Parkway.



Crosswalk flags installed November 05, 2015 at

Old Sackville Road at Walker Avenue / Downsview Drive, Sackville

thanks to the funding generosity of Councillor Steve Craig

and management of the location by Karna Richardson.

 

Crosswalk flags now on Old Sackville Drive at Walker Avenue / Downsview Drive.


 

Crosswalk flags installed November 04, 2015 at

Chebucto Road and Philip Street, Halifax

thanks to the generosity of local residents Brian and Leanne Andrecyk

 

First use of the crosswalk flags at Chebucto Road and Philip Street, Halifax



Leanne Andrecyk, making her community safer by stepping forward to have crosswalk flags installed. 


 

Crosswalk flags installed October 26, 2015 at

Portland Estates Blvd and Barry Allen Drive, Dartmouth

thanks to the generous support of Shay Murphy (EXIT Realty)

 

Crosswalk flags installed and being used on Portland Estates Boulevard at Barry Allen Drive.


 

This crosswalk flags installation was made possible by the generosity of Shay Murphy (EXIT Realty) and her family.  After becoming aware of the installation at nearby Portland Hills Drive Shay stepped forward and took the initiative to make this happen, and in doing so improve safety in her community. 


 

 Crosswalk flags installed October 24, 2015 at

146 Portland Hills Drive, Dartmouth

thanks to the generous support of the Portland Estates & Hills Residents' Association

 

Thanks to the efforts of Kim Gamble and the contribution of the Portland Estates & Hills Residents' Association (PEHRA) there are now crosswalk flags at 146 Portland Hills Drive.

Another great example of a group taking proactive action to improve safety in their community.



Crosswalk flags installed October 22, 2015 at

112 Belle Vista Drive, Dartmouth

thanks to the generous support of (former) Councillor Darren Fisher

 

Darlene Marshall carrying a supply of crosswalk flags at the installation at 112 Belle Vista Drive.  Thanks to (former) Councillor Darren Fisher for funding and Darlene for volunteering the look after the location.


 

 Crosswalk flags installed October 21, 2015 on

Windsor Street at Summit Street, Halifax

thanks to the generous support of

16 residents on Summit Street

 

Cate Phillips and her daughter using the crosswalk flags installed on Windsor Street at Summit Street, Halifax. 

The community came together to raise the funds (small contributions from 16 residents) for this crosswalk flag program.  This is a great example of how a community can be proactive and do something to improve their safety by simply taking the initiative to do so.  Good on Cate and the residents of Summit Street.


 

Crosswalk flags installed October 19, 2015 on

Dutch Village Road at Rosedale Avenue, Halifax

thanks to the generous support of Councillor Matt Whitman


 

Crosswalk flags installed October 13, 2015 on the

Old Sackville Road at Lynn Court, Sackville

thanks to the generous support of Councillor Steve Craig


First set of crosswalk flags in Sackville - at Lynn Court crossing the Old Sackville Road.


 

Crosswalk flags installed September 9, 2015 on

Dutch Village Road at Central Avenue, Halifax

thanks to the generous support of the WM Fares Group - making their community safer


Crosswalk flags on Dutch Village Road at Central Avenue, across from Saint Lawrence Place thanks to the generous contribution of the WM Fares group. 


 


Crosswalk flags installed September 3, 2015 on

Gourok Avenue, Dartmouth

thanks to the support of

Duck Duck Goose Children's Centre and Councillor Darren Fisher


 

Crosswalk flags installed August 12, 2015 at

Ochterloney Street near Prince Albert Road, Dartmouth

thanks to the initiative of Andrew Shute, program management by Adam Shute 

and funding provided by the Downtown Dartmouth Business Commission.

 

Crosswalk flags installed on Ochterloney Street

near Prince Albert Road.


 

Adam Shute installing a crosswalk flag bucket.



 

Tim Rissesco, Adam and Andrew Shute installing crosswalk buckets and flags in the rain - now that's dedication.


 

Crosswalk flags installed August 10, 2015 at

Crichton Avenue and Oak Street, Dartmouth

thanks to Councillor Gloria McCluskey.


 

Crosswalk flags installed July 14, 2015 at

Dunbrack Street and Clayton Park Drive, Halifax

thanks to Councillor Matt Whitman.


 

Crosswalk flags installed July 07, 2015 at

Chebucto Road and Harvard Street, Halifax

North Street and Dublin Street, Halifax

thanks to the Oxford school Parent Teachers Association.

 

Crosswalk flags being used to cross Chebucto Road.


 

Cadence and her mom Shannon (managers of the Oxford school crosswalk flags) crossing after crosswalk flag buckets installed.



The effectiveness of the reflective tape of crosswalk flag buckets and crosswalk flags installed at North Street and Dublin Street, near Oxford school in Halifax.


 

May 30, 2015 - crosswalk flags installed in

Shad Bay, Nova Scotia

thanks to the efforts Scott Guthrie and a number of other supporters.

 

June 26 2015 - crosswalk flags installed in

Hubbards, Nova Scotia

thanks to the efforts of the Municipality of Chester and the Aspotogan Heritage Trust


Crosswalk flags now installed at the second location in Hubbards, Nova Scotia complementing those down the road at Shatford Elementary school.


 

June 23, 2015 - crosswalk flags installed in

New Ross, Nova Scotia

thanks to the efforts of the Municipality of Chester and the New Ross Development Association


 

Crosswalk flags now in New Ross, Nova Scotia.



Crosswalk flags have now been installed

at 29 locations throughout Halifax


most recently May 15, 2015 

crosswalk flags have been installed at four locations in Lakeside/Timberlea at

1492 St. Margaret's Bay Road at the Lakeside Community Centre

1817 St. Margaret's Bay Road

2283 St. Margaret's Bay Road at Brentwood Avenue, and

James Street and Charles Road

due to the initiative of Scott Guthrie

and the financial support of

Ian Angus, Royal Lepage

Steve Schwartz REALTORĀ® (REMAX Nova)

Lakeside Legion

along with contributions from

Barb Allen, the Beasley family, the Murray family, Iain Rankin, Geoff Regan

Candu Enterprises

Horizons Restaurant at Indian Lake

Lorie Nearing's Vacations with Cruise Holidays

Brookside Community Home Owners Association, and

Prospect Road Business Association

 

 

While there have been a number of contributors who have provided > $200 (Councillors Fisher, McCluskey and Whitman, Clayton Developments, Nova Scotia Dental Association) Ian Angus (above left) of Royal Lepage is the most significant individual/business contributor having provided $550 to fund crosswalk flag installations in his community.


Crosswalk flag programs are popping up in many locations due to the concern and action of people like Ian and Scott Guthrie (above right).


 


 

Ian Angus, Royal Lepage using the crosswalk flags he was instrumental in having installed in the Lakeside - Timberlea community.  Thanks for your generous funding.


Visit Ian's site at www.ianangus.ca.

 

May 15, 2015 - crosswalk flags installed at

1492 St. Margaret's Bay Road

thanks to the efforts of Scott Guthrie and the financial support of the Lakeside Legion


 

Ian Angus, Royal Lepage and Iain Rankin after crosswalk flags were installed

on St. Margaret's Bay Road across from the Lakeside Legion.

 

May 15, 2015 - crosswalk flags installed at

1817 St. Margaret's Bay Road

thanks to the efforts of Scott Guthrie and the financial support of a number of local individuals and businesses



Above, a couple using the crosswalk flags shortly after installed at 1817 St. Margaret's Bay Road in Timberlea.


Iain Rankin, MLA, Timberlea-Prospect not only financially contributed to the crosswalk flags program but joined us and got actively involved in installing the crosswalk flag buckets.


Thanks Iain!

 

May 15, 2015 - crosswalk flags installed at

James Street and Charles Road, Timberlea

thanks to the efforts of Scott Guthrie and the financial support of a number of local individuals and businesses


 

Above, a young girl using the crosswalk flags within minutes of the them being installed (James Street and Charles Road).


Left, Scott Guthrie volunteering his time to install another set of crosswalk flags, theses at James Street and Charles Road in Timberlea.

 

May 15, 2015 - crosswalk flags installed at

2283 St. Maragaret's Bay Road at Brentwood Avenue, Timberlea

with the financial support of Steve Schwartz (left) REALTORĀ® (REMAX Nova)


 

Crosswalk flags installed at 2283 St. Margaret's Bay Road at Brentwood Avenue, entrance to Greenwood Heights, Timberlea


 

Steve Schwartz (left) REALTORĀ® (REMAX Nova) who generously funded the Brentwood location along with Scott Guthrie (right) helping to install the crosswalk flags.


 

May 03/05, 2015 - crosswalk flags installed at

Hawthorne Street and Erskine Street, Dartmouth

Elliott Street and Erskine Street, Dartmouth

Elliott Street and Ochterloney Street, Dartmouth

Portland Street and Hawthorne Street, Dartmouth

due to the initiative of Paul Black

and the financial support of Councillor Gloria McCluskey


 

April 29, 2015 - crosswalk flags installed at

Prospect Road in Hatchet Lake

thanks to Scott Guthrie and community support


 

Below, resident Scott Guthrie making his community safer.



And to the left Councillor Steve Adams getting hands on experience installing crosswalk flag buckets.

 

April 26, 2015 - crosswalk flags installed at

Pleasant Street and Marvin Street, Dartmouth

thanks to Mike Lownds Plumbing and Heating


 

April 20, 2015 - crosswalk flags installed at

Spring Avenue and Roblea Drive, Dartmouth

thanks to Councillor Darren Fisher


Community volunteer installing crosswalk flag buckets at Roblea Drive.

Using the crosswalk flags immediately after installation.

 

April 12, 2015 - crosswalk flags installed at

Mount Edward Road and Brigadoon Avenue, Dartmouth

thanks to Councillor Darren Fisher


 

January 18, 2015 - crosswalk flags installed at

Devonshire Avenue and Young Street, Halifax

thanks to Councillor Jennifer Watts


 

January 5, 2015 - crosswalk flags installed at 207 Portland Street, Dartmouth

thanks to the support of Joe Mills, Owner, Tim Horton's at Five Corners


     

    From August 2008 through July 2009 a crosswalk flag program existed along the Waverley Road (and at one crosswalk on Andover Street) in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia.  The program was well received by the community but directed to be terminated by the Halifax Traffic Authority (TA) who believed crosswalk flags were unsafe, creating (without any evidence) a 'false sense of security'.  Yet the TA accepts overhead amber lights which if you follow the same logic should result in the exact same false sense of security once the button is pushed.

     Based on over 3,000 signatures on a petition requesting the return of the crosswalk flags, and the acceptance of crosswalk flags by the Province of Nova Scotia I continued to push the issue over the past five years, with the support of a number of Councillors.  Finally Halifax Traffic relented and as of July 2014 will now again allow crosswalk flags where communities fund and manage the program.

     Halifax traffic initially expressed some concern with attaching crosswalk flag buckets to existing crosswalk posts but have now agreed to allow communities to do so.  The other thing Halifax traffic asked is that the residents and/or businesses adjacent to the crosswalks be notified of the program prior to implementation.  While doing so two couples asked about the funding for the flags and then each generously provided a contribution.  This is in addition to the main source of funding, being businesses along or near Waverley Road.  To date 16 have generously provided funding to this project.  Each are identified on the Supporters page.     

     Another issue is whether crosswalk flags would be allowed at unmarked crosswalks.  Here again Halifax traffic has demonstrated a willingness to work with communities in allowing crosswalk flags at these locations where it is the wish of the community - provided a post, other than one with a stop sign exists.  In other words crosswalk flag buckets cannot be attached to stop sign posts and residents are not allowed to insert their own posts in the right of way.  But if there is for example a Nova Scotia power pole, or say a speed limit post then they can also be used for crosswalk flags.

    The flags now have reflective tape applied and messaging added.  The buckets in which the crosswalk flags will be placed have now been finished (thank you Brian Slaunwhite).  Installation was completed October 14, 2014 with the crosswalk flags having been made available.


Crosswalk flags are located at the following marked crosswalks

  • Waverley Road and Maple Drive
  • Waverley Road and Red Bridge Pond
  • Waverley Road and Micmac Drive
  • Waverley Road and Ellis Court
  • Waverley Road and Michael Lane
  • Waverley Road and Lethbridge Avenue
  • Waverley Road and Breeze Drive
  • Waverley Road and Craigburn Drive
  • Waverley Road and Montague Road
  • Montebello Drive and Appian Way
  • Andover Street (in front of Michael Wallace School)
  • 207 Portland Street (near Five Corners)
  • Mount Edward Road and Wanda Lane
  • Mount Edward Road and Brigadoon Avenue
  • Spring Avenue and Roblea Drive
  • Pleasant Street and Marvin Street
  • Hawthorne Street and Erskine Street
  • Elliott Street and Erskine Street
  • Elliott Street and Ochterloney Street
  • Portland Street and Hawthorne Street

and in Halifax at

  • Oxford Street and Cork Street
  • Mumford Road and Leppert Street
  • Devonshire Avenue and Young Street

and in Lakeside / Timberlea at

  • 1492 St. Margaret's Bay Road (Lakeside Community Centre)
  • 1817 St. Margaret's Bay Road
  • 2283 St. Margaret's Bay Road at Brentwood Avenue (entrance to Greenwood Heights)
  • James Street and Charles Road

and

  • Hubbards at Shatford Elementary school
  • Hatchet Lake

If you want to consider a crosswalk flag program in your community

please go to the Flags at your Crosswalk page.

Yours in crosswalk and pedestrian safety,

 


Norm Collins (902-435-6363)

326B Waverley Road

Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada

Email:     crosswalksafety@eastlink.ca

Twitter:   @CrosswalkSafety

 

... be Cautious ... be Seen ... be Safe

 

Crosswalk flags at Breeze Drive on Waverley Road


 

Crosswalk flags in Port Williams, Nova Scotia