Page Scores Better Than Most Arizona Schools With School Zone Safety

November 28, 2018

 

 

A new school zone safety report has been released by California-based Zendrive. Zendrive collected information from various phone apps that collect anonymous data on drivers who are speeding, distracted, aggressive, or make sudden starts and stops.

 

Overall, Arizona scored an ‘F’, along with nine other states. Maricopa county ranked the worst county in the state with an ‘F’ as well. Gila and Greenlee counties were the only counties in Arizona to receive an overall grade of an 'A'. Coconino County fared much better than most of the counties in Arizona with an overall grade of a 'B'.

 

While most schools around the country received a ‘C’ or worse, Page received a ‘B’.

 

According to Zendrive, the peak hours for traffic crashes (student drop-off and pick-up) are the most dangerous for students whether they are in a vehicle, walking, or biking to school.

 

Zendrive has created an interactive map of their results so you can check their data on specific states, counties, and schools. The information also breaks down the leading driving offenses in each school zone.

 

Search Zendrive’s results here.

 

Here is the breakdown for each school here in Page:

 

 

 

Zendrive is offering school districts an opportunity to win a safety improvement grant of $50,000 through an out-of-the-box process. If you are interested in improving your school’s road safety, check out the rules and process here.

 

Anyone can submit a proposal for their school detailing how you would improve school zone safety for your school. The deadline for the #FundMyStreets is December 10, 2018.

 

 

 

 

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