Students take the Orange Cones. No Phones. pledge at the VDOT student career fair after a distracted-driving presentation delivered by campaign representatives.
Orange Cones. No Phones. is Transurban and AAA Mid-Atlantic's regional campaign to reduce distracted driving in the Capital Beltway construction zone.
Virginia Secretary of Transportation Sean T. Connaughton launches the Employer Safety Pledge at an Orange Cones. No Phones. press conference in 2010. The Pledge encouraged 100 area businesses to join the fight against distracting driving in 100 days. Over 100 businesses signed up in less than 100 days and the message reached over 100,000 travelers.
Orange Cones. No Phones. signs are located throughout Express Lanes work zones. This sign reminds drivers to stay off mobile devices in the construction zone.
Fairfax County Supervisor Penelope Gross speaks at the 2009 Orange Cones. No Phones. launch event.
Materials were widely distributed to help spread the word about the dangers of distracted driving. A 2011 survey found that 60% of Fairfax County drivers were aware of the Orange Cones. No Phones. initiative.
As part of the High School Safety Challenge, students signed orange traffic cones and pledged to stay off their phones while driving.
Fairfax County Board of Supervisors Chairman Sharon Bulova addresses the crowd of media, business leaders and key stakeholders at the 2010 press conference.
An Orange Cones. No Phones. highway sign on the Capital Beltway reminds drivers to keep their attention on the road ahead. The campaign's message has reached many of the area's drivers thanks to the work of our partners in the law enforcement, business and public sectors.
Captain Susan Culin of the Fairfax County Police Department addresses the crowd at the Orange Cones. No Phones. 2009 press conference which marked the official start of the campaign.
Cones bear the signatures of students who took the Orange Cones. No Phones. pledge at the VDOT student career fair in 2011.
AAA Mid-Atlantic's Lon Anderson speaks to media at the 2009 Orange Cones. No Phones. campaign launch.
The campaign kicked off with online advertising to spread the word about the dangers of distracted driving.
Knox Singleton, CEO of Inova Health System, pledged Inova's commitment to the Orange Cones. No Phones. Employer Safety Pledge. Major employers in Northern Virginia were instrumental in helping to reduce distracted driving behavior among their employees.