safe routes

Star rating school walking routes

This project demonstrated that it is feasible to objectively rate the safety performance of individual road crossing points, as well as to provide indications of overall route safety, focusing particularly on the abilities of children using the route.
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Keeping them safe (WSB presentation)

Keeping them safe - Document - Adobe PDF - Acrobat Reader
Safety is a priority when establishing WSBs therefore all routes undergo a safety audit which involves a Road Safety Co-ordinator, an Engineer and in North Shore City we also have Police Education Officer involvement.
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Why walking provided our school with a traffic safety solution

Concern expressed by our Board of Trustees, staff and parents about the safety of our pupils when travelling to and from school resulted in the Board commissioning a transportation appraisal.
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Walking initiatives including the WSB

Every morning over 250,000 children travel to Auckland schools and half of these trips are made by car.
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Safer routes project (Hamilton)

The aim of the Safer Routes project is to make travel in and around the project area safer for all vulnerable road users.
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Promoting safe walking and biking to school: The Marin County success story

The Marin County Success Story
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