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Shoulder Rumble Strips and Bicyclists

Source: New Jersey Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)
This report provides a comprehensive review of existing research on the safety impacts of rumble strips to bicycles.
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Nickerson Street Road Diet

Source: Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center (PBIC)
Nickerson Street in Seattle, WA, was a difficult roadway for pedestrians to cross because it had four travel lanes and few pedestrian crossings.
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New Zealand Pedestrian Crossing Facility Calculation Tool

Source: Land Transport New Zealand
This tool can be used to calculate delay, safety, and benefit cost for potential pedestrian facilities in New Zealand.
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New Zealand Non-Motorised User Review Procedures

Source: Land Transport New Zealand
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.
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Evaluating Pedestrian Safety Improvements

Source: Michigan Department of Transportation, Western Michigan University, T.Y. Lin International
The purpose of the study was to evaluate the impact of new pedestrian countermeasure installations on pedestrian safety to assist in informing future pedestrian safety initiatives.
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New Zealand Community Street Reviews

Source: New Zealand Land Transport
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.
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Smart Growth and Economic Success

Source: Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
This report is the first in a series from EPA's Smart Growth Program designed to inform developers, businesses, local government, and other groups about the benefits of smart growth development.
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Guide Information for Pedestrian Facilities

Source: Austroads
This report identifies areas where additional advice and guidance on pedestrian facilities can be incorporated into the Austroads Guides.
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Pedestrians and Cyclists on Major Roads

Source: Swedish National Road and Transport Research Institute (VTI)
This report reviews possible pedestrian and bicycle solutions along roads with speeds between 70 and 90 kilometers per hour.
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Feasibility of Using GPS to Track Bicycle Lane Positioning

Source: University of Minnesota Center for Transportation Studies
The objective of this research was to determine whether smartphone GPS units or enhanced GPS units could be used to track and map the location of cyclists on streets.
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