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2017 High School Video Contest

Deadline: Friday, September 22, 2017 AT 5PM

Calling all Massachusetts high school students!

Lead the way in promoting safe walking, bicycling, and driving behaviors across Massachusetts. Write and produce a one minute public service announcement video that focuses on safe behaviors across all modes with regard to the distraction of technology.

Distracted driving, from technology such as texts, loud music, social media, looking at GPS, etc. is attributed to 6 out of 10 moderate to severe teen crashes. This problem is not just limited to driving, as incidents of pedestrian and bicycle crashes also occur because a person was distracted by a device.

Write and produce a one minute video with a call to action for what you, and/or your friends, and/or your family, and/or your local communities need to do in order to see a world where there are no pedestrian or bicycle injuries or fatalities. Keep in mind that your video may be used as a public service announcement to help keep you, your friends, and other teens and community members in Massachusetts safer on the streets.

2016 High School Video Contest Winners!

2016 Roadway Safety Video Contest Winners

MassDOT recognized the winners of the Safe Streets. Smart Trips. Statewide High School Video Contest at the MassDOT Moving Together Active Transportation Conference in Boston.

Our 2016 winning video submissions included:

Driving Category

Grand Prize: Gateway Regional High School

Second Place: Westford Academy

Honorable Mention: Haverhill High School

Walking Category 

Grand Prize: Global Learning Charter Public School

Second Place: Millis High School

Honorable Mention: Peabody Veterans Memorial High School

Bicycling Category 

Grand Prize: Westford Academy

Second Place: Millis High School

Honorable Mention: Haverhill High School

Congratulations and thank you to everyone who participated in the contest. We hope you continue to practice safe driving, walking, and bicycling behaviors and encourage your peers to do the same so that we make the best and safest choices to keep each other safe no matter what transportation mode we choose.

To view all videos please visit our YouTube Channel.

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