Pasadena Department of Transportation (DOT) staff are placing signage at entrances to residential neighborhoods throughout the city reminding the public to slow down for neighbors who may be walking, running, or bicycling in streets in effort to maintain a safe social distance. Signs will be in place until the order is lifted and public parks and recreation centers reopen to the public. All local streets will remain open and accessible to traffic, since there remains a need for essential workers to get to and from work, deliveries to be made, and residents to make essential trips. DOT is also launching a Walk Local, Bike Solo cross-channel social media campaign on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. This campaign will be managed through local non-profit organization Day One. The campaign promotes self-guided neighborhood tours, encourages residents to support local restaurants, and shares COVID-19 health and safety reminders. Additionally, traffic signal timing along ten major corridors will be modified to operate in “nighttime mode,” also known as “free mode” operation, all day in an effort to reduce motorist speed and enhance safety.