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Shareable Graphics

It’s important to share the Our Roads, Our Safety key messages through various channels, including social media. Below is a collection of graphics and infographics for use on social media that highlight messages about safely operating on the road and safety awareness milestones. 

Our Plan To Share the Road Safely Graphics

Blind Spots

image showing truck and its blind spots with a car staying out of them

image showing bus and its blind spots with a car staying out of them

image showing truck and its blind spots with a motorcycle staying out of them

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Download Bus and Car Graphic

Download Truck and Motorcycle Graphic

Stopping Distances

image showing a truck needing extra distance to stop and a car being mindful

image showing a bus needing extra distance to stop and a car being mindful

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Download Bus and Car Graphic

Wide Turns

image of a truck needing extra space to turn and a car being mindful

image of a bus needing extra space to turn and a car being mindful

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Download Bus and Car Graphic

image of a bus needing extra space to turn and a bike being mindful

image of a bus needing extra space to turn and a pedestrian being mindful

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Download Bus and Pedestrian Graphic


Safety Awareness Milestone Graphics

The Our Roads, Our Safety campaign recognizes and participates in various milestones and events throughout the year. This page contains an up-to-date collection of social content, infographics and other shareable materials for specific milestones.

Operation Safe Driver Week 

Download the graphic below ahead of Operation Safe Driver Week in July, for use online.

Graphic of a car and truck speeding down a highway. Text reads: always maintain safe speed on our roads.

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National Truck Driver Appreciation Week

Download the graphic below ahead of National Truck Driver Appreciation Week in September, for use online.

Graphic with pie chart with text overlaid over a truck that reads: 71% of US freight is moved by trucks. Text reads: Our nation's economy depends on truckers. Share the road safely with large trucks!

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National Distracted Driver Awareness Month

Download the graphic below for Distracted Driver Awareness Month in October, for use online.

Graphic with thought bubble with phone, food and gps crossed out. Headline text reads: don't drive distracted.

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National Work Zone Awareness Week

Download the graphic below for National Work Zone Awareness Week (NWZAW), April 20-24, 2020, for use online. Additional shareable material for NWZAW can be found here.

Slow down in work zones; graphic of road workers, one holding a slow sign, with pylons, a truck and a passenger vehicle in the back

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National Bike Month

Download the graphic below for National Bike Month in May, for use online.

Graphic depicting a bicyclist attempting to ride on the right side of a bus about to make a right-hand turn, showing the path of danger and potential collision point with a red x. Text reads: never bike past a turning bus. The driver may not see you.

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National Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month

Download the graphic below for National Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month in May, for use online.

Graphic depicting motorcycle riding near a bus and truck with their blind spots and danger zones highlighted in yellow and with caution signs. Text reads: leave plenty of room between your motorcycle and large trucks and buses so you can be seen.

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National Safety Month

Download the graphic below ahead of National Safety Month in June, for use online.

Graphic depicting the road from the point of view of a passenger vehicle driver. Text reads: share the road safely.

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Voices of Safety Infographics

Highlighting different perspectives from the road – from a seasoned truck driver to a pedestrian – the Our Roads, Our Safety campaign utilizes the following graphics across social media to create awareness around the challenges road users face and how to share the road safely.  

Our Roads, Our Safety graphic of truck getting cut off by car. Ingrid, truck driver quote: My truck takes a long time to stop. Don't cut in.

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Our Roads, Our Safety graphic depicting a bus's blind spots. Keith, bus driver quote

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Our Roads Our Safety graphic depicting bus making wide right turn and car attempting to overtake it. Quote from experienced driver: My car can't safely pass a turning bus. Don't squeeze by.

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Voices of Safety student driver, Kristyn. Quote: Texting, eating, and even your GPS can be a distraction. Stay focused on the road. End quote.

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Voices of Safety motorcyclist, Phil. Quote: My motorcycle is much smaller than a truck. Stay out of trucks' blind spots.

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Voices of Safety bicyclist, Kenny. Quote: bike smart around buses. Ride in front or behind, never alongside.

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Voices of Safety pedestrian, Lucy. Quote: a turning bus may cut close to the sidewalk. Stand back from the curb as you wait to cross.

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Truck and Bus Infographics

Infographics provide clear, simple messaging about road safety and the specific operating challenges that buses and trucks face.  

Truck Infographics

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Bus Infographics

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Last updated: Friday, July 16, 2021