Shauna was fed up of trying to cross a busy road to catch her bus to school so she decided to take action.
Here she tells us about her campaign.
"I have to cross a busy dual carriageway to get to school.
It's scary because in the morning the cars into Oxford go really fast and if it's busy the cars all queue up where I cross.
Normally I have to wait for ages then run across when there is a large gap.
I've missed my bus twice already because I couldn't get across.
Slow - children crossing
It started to get on my nerves so I made some road signs over the summer holidays.
They were triangular with a black outline and had "slow - children crossing" written on them.
I then invited kids from my area to place their footprints on the signs.
I thought it would be good to show it was not just me who wanted something done - with all our feet we could make a united stand!
I placed one sign before the crossing and the other on the opposite side of the road facing the other way.
Some of the cars ignored my signs and I found that a bit arrogant of them.
Over the moon
But the council heard about the signs and decided to put proper signs in their place.
I was over the moon and every time we drive past the signs I think to myself that they are there because of me.
We are going to carry on the campaign and write a petition because the road can still be very dangerous."
Shauna, 11, Oxford
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