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Cyclists

Source: Institute for Road Safety Research (SWOV)
This paper introduces cyclists as a vulnerable road user, and outlines specific vulnerabilities and ways to accommodate their needs.
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Better Streets, Better Cities

Source: Institute for Transportation & Development Policy (ITDP), Environmental Planning Collaborative (EPC)
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.
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New Zealand Pedestrian Profile

Source: National Pedestrian Project of New Zealand
This Profile aims to make visible the extent and importance of pedestrian activity and injury in New Zealand.
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Injured Cyclist Profile: An In-Depth Study of a Sample of Cyclists Injured in Road Crashes in South Australia

Source: Centre for Automotive Safety Research
This project explores the circumstances surrounding crash involvement for a group of bicycle riders involved in a collision with a motorised vehicle between January 1 2008 and December 31 2010.
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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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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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Bike to Work Week: A Case Study in Successful Behavior Change

Source: Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center (PBIC)
Coordinators attempted to increase participation in Bike to Work Week by narrowing the event's focus and discarding or changing components that didn't attract new cyclists.
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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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