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Safe Streets Smart Trips Video Contest Winners, October 2014MassDOT has announced the winners of the Safe Streets. Smart Trips. Statewide High School Video Contest! The winning videos successfully and creatively demonstrated an understanding of safe walking, cycling, and driving behavior. The winners are:

  • Grand Prize: Melrose , Running PSA
  • Runner Up: Natick, The Elusive Teenager
  • Honorable Mention: Mashpee , Reaction Time
  • Honorable Mention: Melrose , Drive Slow

The contest received over forty entries from sixteen Massachusetts communities! MassDOT was excited to have so many videos demonstrating the understanding of roadway and behavioral safety. The contest was announced as part of a multiagency and multidisciplinary effort within the Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety Awareness and Enforcement Program, at an event at Somerville High School in May.

All video submissions can be found on the MassDOT YouTube site through the Safe Streets. Smart Trips. video playlist at

To learn more about the Safe Streets. Smart Trips. high school video contest, visit


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