Student artwork featured on traffic safety signage

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Student artwork featured on traffic safety signage
OSD student yard signs

Congratulations to students Josie Bremner and Joslyn Kruse, whose winning artwork has been printed on traffic safety yard signs that will be distributed this month to interested community members to make Olympia a safer place to walk and roll.


Bremner, a student at Olympia Regional Learning Academy, and Kruse, of Olympia High School, are two of three Thurston County student winners in an InterCity Transit Yard Sign Art Challenge held last fall.


Kruse Bremner

The goal of the project is to encourage drivers to slow down to improve safety, especially in neighborhoods where students walk or ride bikes to school. The sign project is a partnership between Intercity Transit’s Walk N Roll program, Target Zero Thurston Task Force, Safe Kids Thurston County and the Olympia Police Department, and funded by a State Farm grant.


Pick up a free yard sign at drive-thru events in the parking lot at the following four distribution events in Olympia:


  • May 18, Reeves Middle School; 4-6 p.m.
  • May 19, Roosevelt Elementary School; 4-6 p.m.


InterCity Transit shared about the project during an OSD Board of Directors meeting on May 13. Each board member was presented with a sign and President Scott Clifthorne and Director Justin McKaughan "rolled" their bikes to the meeting.

To learn more about the traffic safety campaign, visit the InterCity Transit website.


Winning student artwork featured at the top of the page: Joslyn Kruse: Olympia High School (center) and Josie Bremner: Olympia Regional Learning Academy (right).