Keeping those who walk on urban streets safe is an important issue for those of us at StarkLight Press.
This high visibility tape display is available at 7-11 on 8th St. in Dawson Creek.
Following our editor-in-chief’s pedestrian vs. taxicab throwdown last July, we have taken a local step in Dawson Creek, B.C. to try to make sure that sort of traffic accident doesn’t happen to anyone else.
We have donated sticky reflective tape strips (and safety pins, if one doesn’t favor attaching it with adhesive to their clothing) to local businesses that are open late and all night. As much as we’d like to StarkLight Press cannot hold the drivers who cause mayhem on city streets accountable… but we can try to keep pedestrians safer through visibility.
While we thoroughly recommend that everyone carry a high-visibility safety vest to use when they walk, or at least wrist and ankle…
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