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If  you are looking to get an education relating to this more active mode of transportation, pedestrians buckle up for a ride to the KC Office: Bicycle Education! They offer classes that will help you succeed and reach your pedestrian career goals.

There are many different careers for pedestrians, such as traffic management, bicycle patrol officer, bicycle/pedestrian coordinator, outside sales representative, and so on and so forth. These are just a few of the careers provided for someone who wants to pursue a career in this field.

  • Traffic management is ideal for someone who does not have a problem being on their feet for long hours at a time. A type of traffic management for example, would be a cross guard. The role of a Crossing Guard is to direct traffic in place of stop lights.
  • If  you are interested in being involved with some sort law enforcement but do not feel prepared for the intensity of the job a police officer has, a Bicycle Patrol Officer would be a great start. The job description and duties executed by a Bicycle Patrol Officer are patrolling daily routes, assisting law enforcement officers.
  • For someone who would rather not stand all day, a bicycle/pedestrian coordinator would be a perfect job. The main task of this job includes implementing the programs and projects for bicycle and pedestrians. They have other responsibilities such as reviewing development proposals to ensure that local bicycle/pedestrian requirements are incorporated and to assess bicycling.
  • An Outside Sales Representative job is to make any kind of sales call assigned to their specified territory. Some sales areas are small, while others request the outside sales representative to travel extensively.