International Design Guidance

Pedestrian Planning and Design Guide
Design guidelines for pedestrian planning.
New Zealand Transport Agency, 2009
New Zealand

Road Safety Toolkit (Pedestrians)
List of countermeasures and common causes of crashes.
iRAP (International Road Assessment Programme), 2010
International

Road Safety Toolkit (Bicyclists)
List of countermeasures and common causes of crashes.
iRAP (International Road Assessment Programme), 2010
International

Star Rating Roads for Safety: The iRAP Methodology
Guide to rating roadway safety, including pedesrian and bicyclist safety.
iRAP (International Road Assessment Programme), 2009
International

Shared Use Routes for Pedestrians and Cyclists
Design guide for shared use facilities.
UK Department for Transport, 2012
UK

State Transit Bus Infrastructure Guide
This document is a style guide for bus infrastructure, including bus stops, in urban areas in New South Wales.
NSW State Transit, 2011
Australia

Cycle Safety: Reducing the Crash Risk
The crash benefits to cyclists of reducing traffic volumes and speeds, and constructing cycle lanes and intersection treatments have been investigated and quantified based on overseas research and data.
New Zealand Transport Agency, 2009
New Zealand

Geometric Design Practices for European Roads
Presents examples of European design practice and operations.
International Technology Exchange Program, Federal Highway Administration, 2001
Europe

Guide Information for Pedestrian Facilities
This report identifies areas where additional advice and guidance on pedestrian facilities can be incorporated into the Austroads Guides.
Austroads, 2013
Australia

Innovative Traffic Control: Technology and Practice in Europe
Presents the state of the art of emerging technologies for traffic control devices.
International Technology Exchange Program, Federal Highway Administration, 1999
Europe

New Zealand Community Street Reviews
This survey combines an audit process with rating scales that indicate the level of service perceived by the users and the relative importance of fixing the defects identified.
New Zealand Land Transport, 2014
New Zealand

New Zealand Non-Motorised User Review Procedures
This process ensures that the needs of people who wish to walk, cycle or, where relevant, ride a horse, are considered when works are being planned and designed.
Land Transport New Zealand, 2006
New Zealand

New Zealand Pedestrian Crossing Facility Calculation Tool
This tool can be used to calculate delay, safety, and benefit cost for potential pedestrian facilities in New Zealand.
Land Transport New Zealand, 2007
New Zealand

New Zealand Pedestrian Planning and Design Guide
This guide outlines a process for deciding on the type of provision that should be made for pedestrians and provides design advice and standards.
New Zealand Transport Agency, 2006
New Zealand

Public Lighting for Safe and Attractive Pedestrian Areas
This report adds to the understanding of public lighting for safe and attractive pedestrian areas.
NZ Transport Agency, 2010
New Zealand

Sense and Nonsense About Shared Space
This paper examines the traffic safety improvements and potential conflicts associated with shared space implementation in Germany and the Netherlands.
Fietsberaad Center of expertise on bicycle policy, 2007
Europe

Sight Line - Designing Streets for People with Low Vision
A pioneering study that shows how better street design can transform life for people with low vision, helping them to become more confident and more mobile.
Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment, 2010
UK

Better Streets, Better Cities
This manual is intended for planners, designers, engineers, government officials and citizens who are interested in improving the quality of urban environments and the character of streets in our cities.
Institute for Transportation & Development Policy (ITDP), Environmental Planning Collaborative (EPC), 2011
India

 

 

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