The S-1 GARD can be found today on transit bus fleets around the world in major cities such as Los Angeles, Chicago, Stockholm, Washington DC, Baltimore, Austin, Atlanta and San Francisco as well as at international airports and theme parks. Bicycle and Pedestrian advocacy groups are endorsing the S-1 GARD as a lifesaving device.

Bicycle and Pedestrian Advocacy Groups

League of American Bicyclists

Leading national organization promoting bicycling and working through advocacy and education for a bicycle-friendly America.

Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition

LACBC is a nonprofit, membership-based organization working exclusively for the millions of bicyclists in Los Angeles County.

Transportation Alternatives (NYC)

New York City’s leading transportation advocacy organization, committed to better bicycling, walking and public transit. Their mission is to reclaim New York City’s streets from the automobile, and to advocate for bicycling, walking and public transit as the best transportation alternatives.

San Francisco Bicycle Coalition

The largest city-based bicycle advocacy group in the nation. Dedicated to creating safer streets and more livable communities through day-to-day advocacy, education, and working partnerships with government and community agencies.

Walk San Francisco

San Francisco’s premier pedestrian advocacy organization.

Washington Area Bicyclist Association

Nonprofit Washington, D.C., advocacy and education association promoting bicycling and advocating for better bicycling conditions and transportation choices.

Baltimore Bicylcing Club

Baltimore-area non-profit promoting, defending and protecting the rights of bicyclists for a safe road riding environment through advocacy and education.

Bike Texas

Statewide non-profit advancing bicycle access, safety and education in Texas.

Atlanta Bicycle Coalition

Advocacy for safer and easier biking conditions in Atlanta.

PEDS (Atlanta)

PEDS is a results-oriented pedestrian advocacy organization making metro Atlanta pedestrian-friendly.

Bus And Transit Organizations

APTA (American Public Transit Association):

National Association Representing Transit Interests

CUTA (Canadian Urban Transit Association):

CTAA (Community Transportation Association of America):

National Association Representing Rural Mobility Interests

UMA (United Motorcoach Association):

National Association Representing The Intercity Bus Industry

Safety Organizations

National Crash Analysis Center:

Research To Reduce Crash Impact

NAPT (National Association for Pupil Transportation):

Promoting Children’s Safety

NTSB (National Transportation Safety Board):

Promoting All Aspects Of Transportation Safety

Transportation Safety Board of Canada:

National Transit Organizations

National Transit Institute:

Advanced Technologies And Innovative Pratices For The Transit Industry

U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Transit Administration: