-3 Safety & Health

<P>This section covers:<ul><li>Road safety pamphlets relating to pedestrian safety</li><li>Accident statistics</li><li>Reports and proposals for safety improvement</li><li>Safety strategies</li><li>Case studies and reports related to accident prevention</li><li>Case studies and reports related to street crime and perception of crime</li></ul></P>

Pedometer-determined physical activity among multiethnic and low-income etc

This paper sought to characterise pedometer-determined physical activity among a predominately racial and ethnic minority sample of adults residing in low-inco
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ROSE 25 report (European Commission guide on road safety education)

Rose-25 report - Web page
ROSE 25 - Inventory and compiling of a European Good Practice Guide on Road safety education targeted at young people
Author(s):
European Commission
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European Commission
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Resources and information available for safer routes education and promotional activities

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Resource listing
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LTNZ
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Walking and cycling (literature review: education and promotion initiatives to improve road safety)

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Literature review
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Land Transport Safety Authority
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Children's freedoms and promoting the 'active city' in Auckland neighbourhoods

This paper presents a framework through which to critically reflect on the links between people, place and wellbeing at the neighbourhood level
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National guidelines for crime prevention through environmental design in NZ. Part 1

Guideline document outlining urban design principles for minimising criminal activity in public areas
Author(s):
New Zealand Ministry of Justice
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Accident prediction models for signalised intersections

Conference paper presented to the Towards Sustainable Land Transport Conference Nov 2004
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