NovoaGlobal's School Zone Speed-Safe™ Supports Children

NovoaGlobal supports Walk Bike and Roll to School with School Zone Speed Enforcement technology that changes driver behavior in school zones and makes it safer for children going to and from school. 

  • Parent survey data collected by 6,500 schools from 2007 through 2014 show that parent-perceived school support for walking and bicycling for the school trip increased from 24.8 percent to 40.8 percent.
  • Complete Streets policies which aim to enable safe access for all users, including pedestrians, bicyclists, motorists and transit riders of all ages and abilities, support the concepts needed for safe walking and bicycling to school. Since the late 1990s more than 1600 regional and local agencies, 35 states, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, and the District of Columbia have adopted Complete Streets policies. 


  • Higher speeds exponentially increase the chances that a driver will hit a pedestrian crossing or along the roadway and that the injuries sustained will be life changing (brain injury, physical impairment) or life ending. 
  • Speeding reduces a driver’s peripheral vision, increases the distance needed to stop and increases the severity of injury to a pedestrian in a crash. A car traveling 40 mph requires 300 feet, or an entire football field, to come to a complete stop. At 30 mph a car needs 200 feet to stop and at 20 mph requires only 100 feet.

NovoaGlobal’s School Zone Speed-Safe™

NovoaGlobal’s advanced school zone speed technology changes driver behavior in school zones with residual effects taking place in surrounding areas so that children can walk, bike and roll more safely, thus improving children’s health, safety and the community’s quality of life. 

Contact Us

Interested in using school zone speed enforcement in your community? Contact Us: 888-666-4218, Ext. 6 for East Coast and Ext. 7 for West Coast.  We can also be reached at [email protected]

Walk Bike and Roll to School is sponsored by National Center for Safe Routes to School