The Transportation Division is dedicated to improving the safety and mobility of pedestrians. We continually evaluate known traffic, school and pedestrian safety concerns within the City of Frisco. When necessary, traffic control devices such as signs or pavement markings may be installed or modified.
To report a traffic, school, or pedestrian safety concern, please contact the Transportation Division at 972-292-5400.
To report an immediate traffic, school or pedestrian safety emergency, please call 911.
Learning and practicing proper pedestrian habits are important life skills. With students returning to school, keep an eye out for the school zone flashing lights both in the morning and in the afternoon. Watch a Pedestrian Safety video and learn tips to help students get to school and back home safely. Together, we can make our community a safe place to Walk ‘n Roll.
New for 2022 - 2023 School Year
Pedestrian Hybrid Beacon With the widening of Coit Road to 6 lanes, the City of Frisco installed a new type of traffic control device adjacent to Maus Middle School to enhance safety for pedestrians crossing Coit Road at Hay River Trail. The new signal is designed to improve safety for pedestrians while minimizing delay to motorists. A Pedestrian Hybrid Beacon (PHB) differs from a pre-timed traffic signal or flashing beacon because it remains inactive or dark until activated by a pedestrian. PHBs help increase driver awareness to pedestrians crossing the roadway. Review a user guide for drivers and pedestrians. View a user guide for drivers and pedestrians (PDF).
Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon A new pedestrian activated flashing beacon was activated in front of Rock Hill High School on Coit Road. A Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon (RRFB) uses bright yellow lights that flash to alert drivers when a pedestrian is ready to cross the street. Read more about this supplemental warning device (PDF).
Here's how to get involved:
1. Take the pledge to Walk 'n Roll safely to school.
2. Download a certificate to acknowledge you took the pledge.
3. Share it with your family and friends, and encourage them to take the pledge.
Learning and practicing proper pedestrian habits are important life skills.
The safest place to cross a street is at a marked crosswalk or intersection.
Look both ways and make eye contact with drivers before crossing.
Walk, don't run across a street.
Always wear a helmet when you bike, scooter or skate.
We encourage families to Walk 'n Roll together. It is a good way to spend quality time and enjoy some benefits.
Improve overall health and well-being.
Teach life-long safety habits.
Reduce traffic around schools.
Build awareness about traffic safety.
Create a sense of community.
Safe choices can make a big difference inpreventing injuries among teen drivers, cyclists and pedestrians.
Respect the school zone.
Put away technology and stay alert. It is against the law to text while driving.
Heads up. Phones down and make eye contact with motorists before crossing a street.