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12 TPS SCHOOLS HAVING NEW CROSSWALKS INSTALLED
Twelve TPS schools are receiving new crosswalks thanks to a special grant from the Oklahoma Highway Safety Office. Schools receiving the new crosswalks include: Celia Clinton, Cooper, Jones, Kendall-Whittier, MacArthur, Marshall, Park and Salk elementary schools; Memorial Junior High; and Edison Preparatory School.
INCOG applied for the grant on behalf of Tulsa Public Schools to improve safety at these 12 schools in conjunction with the District’s “Heads Up” campaign. Heads Up is a TPS program aimed at making city streets safer in school zones and bringing to zero the number of students and pedestrians injured by inattentive drivers. Without the grant, there would not otherwise be funding to do these new crosswalks.
The new crosswalks — with a high-visibility, reflective design with a 12-inch stripe — are being installed by City of Tulsa Traffic Operations crews over the next week.
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