On behalf of the Safe Lane Transportation Coalition, a partnership of public and private organizations aimed to keep our local roads safe for all users. We’re reaching out to all the local neighborhood associations about a new and free online driver training workshop offered through the Lane Regional Council of Governments (LCOG) and the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT). The Oregon Friendly Driver Program (www.safelanecoalition.org/) is a 60 minute workshop that teaches people who drive about safe and friendly ways to share the road with people on bikes or on foot, including some great material that often isn’t covered in traditional driver education programs. The workshop is free, easy to sign-up for, and can be completed in under 60 minutes.
Drew Pfefferle oversees the Oregon Friendly Driver program for Lane County and can answer any questions you might have about the program content or sign-up process. See instructions for getting started below.
How to contact Dan Pfefferle | Safe Lane Coalition Coordinator
208-404-3607 | firstname.lastname@example.org