The Amy Gillett Foundation has produced high quality design files to bring to life the drive and ride rules in a number of different formats. These include:
Roadside outdoor billboards
The It's a two-way street overarching 'show mutual respect', the drive rule 'pass bike riders safely' and the ride rule 'always stop on red' will feature on roadside outdoor billboards throughout NSW metro, regional and rural areas.
30 second audio creatives will be developed to compliment each drive and ride rule, expanding on the themes, behaviours and actions contained within each message.
An 8-panel pocket guide has been developed to exhibit the series of the drive and ride rules. Each behaviour includes additional messages aimed to further educate and create the awareness of how each road user can act to share the road safely.
Individual artwork for each drive and ride rule has been developed for integration into additional static executions. A ride and drive rule must feature together under the heading Bicycle Rider Safety - It's a two-way street. The exception to this rule is the overarching drive and ride rule 'show mutual respect'.
Artwork representing the campaign title and theme, and all of the drive and ride rules has been developed to produce pull-up banners to assist in promoting your safety campaign.
Digital Banners (rotating and static)
Rotating and static banner artwork representing the 'It's a two-way street' overarching 'show mutual respect' and drive rule 'pass bike riders safely' and ride rule 'stop on red' have been created to deliverthe campaign safety messages online.
Any, or all, of the campaign collateral items can be used by your organisation and community groups to promote and raise awareness amongst drivers and bicycle riders about safe behaviours when sharing the road together.