DENVER (CBS4)– So far this year, there have been 11 pedestrian and three bicyclist deaths on Colorado roadways. Now there’s an effort to keep those numbers from growing.

It’s a trend that seems to be growing. Last year, pedestrian and bicyclist fatalities were at an all-time high across the state.

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The new campaign by the Colorado Department of Transportation aims to educate Coloradans and visitors on road safety.

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Starting Monday, the “Safety Starts with All of Us” campaign goes into effect, complete with tips for drivers, pedestrians and bicyclists on Facebook and Twitter.