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Bilingual Pedestrian Flyer: Crosswalks and Signals

Source: Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)
These flyers urge pedestrians to make eye contact before crossing the road. In English and Spanish.
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Crash Type Manual for Bicyclists

Source: University of North Carolina Highway Safety Research Center
More than thirty images illustrate various bicycle-motorist crash types. The documents include information on the cause, typical bicyclist age, frequency, and severity for the crash type.
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Bicycle Crash Data

Source: Insurance Institute for Highway Safety
This document summarizes an analysis of 1998 bicycle crash data from the U.S. Department of Transportation's Fatality Analysis Reporting System (FARS).
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Bilingual Pedestrian Safety Flyer: Intoxication

Source: Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)
"Every seven minutes a pedestrian is killed or injured in a crash. Almost half are under the influence of alcohol." These flyers promote pedestrian safety both in English and Spanish.
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Capacity Analysis of Pedestrian and Bicycle Facilities

Source: Federal Highway Administration
This document describes the effects of pedestrians and bicyclists on the capacity of signalized intersections. These procedures augment the existing Highway Capacity Manual signalized intersection Level of Service procedures for locations with substantial pedestrian and/
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Injury to Pedestrians and Bicyclists

Source: Federal Highway Administration
The purpose of the current study was to broaden understanding about the safety of pedestrians and bicyclists.
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AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety

Source: AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety
This site provides education and research material to government agencies, educational institutions, advocacy organizations, and schools.
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Public Lighting for Safe and Attractive Pedestrian Areas

Source: NZ Transport Agency
This report adds to the understanding of public lighting for safe and attractive pedestrian areas
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International Synthesis Report: United Kingdom

Source: Federal Highway Administration
This is a review of recent research on pedestrian safety carried out in the United Kingdom. A comprehensive list of references is provided. The report covers many types of pedestrian facilities, the UK pedestrian safety record,
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Sight Line - Designing Streets for People with Low Vision

Source: Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment
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.
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