The WSMAC blog
Now that winter has truly arrived here in southern Maine, a few thoughts.
Most of us don’t give a second thought about sidewalk safety, but we should. It isn’t just a safety issue. It is also a legal one.
No matter your mode of transportation, extra care taken during low sun conditions will help ensure that you and those around you will arrive at your destinations safely.
As the seasons change so must our traveling habits. We need to pay closer attention to our surroundings.
Enjoy this magical time of the year while being careful outside in falling temperatures.
Bicyclists are not ever legally compelled to put themselves in danger, including by riding too close to parked cars.
Find these words in the wordsearch.
Before you open the door, make sure there are no vehicles approaching your driver's side.
With warmer weather comes an increase in construction activity. This can pose a danger to pedestrians, bicyclists, and motorists. To minimize this risk there are things that you can do.
With spring weather comes road and highway repair.
Gas prices got you down? Eyeing that unused bike, wondering if you could use it to get to work, or school, or the grocery store?
Walnut was excited. The weather was now warm enough for him to take his bike out.
Often, as we are traveling we don't think about what will make us courteous and safe travelers.
Pedestrian safety practices cover a variety of environments and conditions
Can you still cycle in the winter? Yes! Here are the most important ways to prepare.
Walnut is so excited. He just had a wonderful day at school learning how to be a good walker.