--3.50 Pedestrian safety promotion

Campaign to drive safety message home

Pedestrians and drivers are being asked to Stop Look Live as Wellington City Council launches a hard hitting pedestrian safety campaign.
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Share the road resource kit (LTNZ)

guidance for running share the road education/promotion campaigns
Share the road web page - Web page - HTML - Browser
This resource was prepared by Susan Cambridge and Tony Francis of Francis and Cambridge Ltd. for Land Transport New Zealand. It contains a list of existing share the road resources and projects and outlines new ideas to promote good practice share the road projects.
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The pedestrian and cyclist road safety framework (LTNZ)

Web page. Land Transport New Zealand has developed a safety framework for pedestrians and cyclists.
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Road safety coordination (Timaru)

Includes information on the South Canterbury Road Safety Trust along with accident statistics for the area.
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Timaru District Council
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Making footpaths and driveways safer (North Shore City)

Safety information on key issues such as cars backing out driveways onto public footpaths.
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North Shore City Council
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Pedestrian exposure to air pollution along a major road etc

Pedestrian exposure to PM 2.5, the loss of reflectance (‘blackness’) of the PM 2.5 filters, ultrafine particle counts and carbon monoxide (CO) was investigated along a major r
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