safety engineering

Pedestrian Signal Safety

for Older Persons
Pedestrian Signal Safety - 5.6 Mb Document - Adobe PDF - Acrobat Reader
This study had two primary objectives: 1) to provide the supporting research to assist traffic engineers in understanding the walking characteristics of older pedestrians and 2) to provide more information on the extent to which various intersection operational conditions might be ab
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Walking - it's not rocket science

Description of a trial pedestrian crosssing safety lighting system in Hereford St, Christchurch.
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Are cars visually threatening to pedestrians?

This paper examines the hypothesis that aggressive car design intimidates pedestrians and sends out inappropriate signals at a time when governments are encouraging people to walk rather than drive.
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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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Engineering code of practice (Waimakariri)

Introduces the Engineering Code of Practice with links to downloadable files of the document.
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Waimakariri District Council
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Nelson road sign policy

Nelson has reviewed how effectively tourist attractions, key intersections, walkways, cycleways and services are signed in Nelson.
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Code of practice for working on the road (Wellington)

The Council has produced a code of practice for those working on the road.
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Streetlights (Papakura)

Information on how to contact council to have streetlights repaired or moved.
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Papakura District Council
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Road signs (Papakura)

Outlines how to contact council if a new sign is needed or a sign needs to be repaired or moved.
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Papakura District Council
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Streetlighting policy (Hutt City)

States the council's policy that it adopts NZS 6701:1983 “Code of Practice for Road Lighting” as the standard for streetlighting levels in Lower Hutt City.
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