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Child Pedestrian Exposure and Accidents – Further Analyses of Data from a European Comparative Study (Road Safety Research Report No. 56)

Objectives: To understand the differences in exposure and RTI rates of 5-15 year olds within similar road environments and, by identifying the factors that might explain higher RTI rates in Great Britain, to assess the implications for policy.

  • Author(s): P. Bly, K. Jones and N. Christie
  • Published: MVA Limited prepared for the Department of Transport, 2005
  • Date: 15 Mar 2013
  • Format: Adobe Portable Document Format

Child Road Safety and Poverty Research Project

Objectives: The objective of this research was to produce a programme of measures which aim to reduce RTIs involving children in deprived areas of Northern Ireland.

  • Author(s): S. Wood, C. Stephenson, N. Christie, E. Towner, J. Colgan and H. Burroughs
  • Published: MVA Consultancy prepared for Department of the Environment Northern Ireland (DOENI), 2011
  • Date: 15 Mar 2013
  • Format: Adobe Portable Document Format

Child Safety in the UK, VOICE Fact Sheet

Objectives: To increase awareness of issues related to child safety in the UK.

  • Author(s): European Transport Safety Council
  • Published: European Transport Safety Council, VOICE : Vulnerable Road User Organisations in cooperation across Europe, 2005
  • Date: 15 Mar 2013
  • Format: Adobe Portable Document Format

Child–Parent Interaction in Relation to Road Safety Education: Part 1 – A Critical Literature Review (Road Safety Research Report No.101)

Objectives: To identify and provide a critical review of the research and literature concerned with parent child interaction in relation to road safety education; and consider the published evidence for the effect of strategies that parents use in training their children to be safer road users.

  • Author(s): M. Cattan, H. Green, C. Newell, R. Ayrton and J . Walker
  • Published: The Centre for Health Promotion Research, Faculty of Health, Leeds Metropolitan University prepared for the Department for Transport, 2008
  • Date: 15 Mar 2013
  • Format: Adobe Portable Document Format

Child-Parent Interaction in Relation to Road Safety Education: Part 2 – Main Report (Road Safety Research Report No.102)

Objectives: The main objective of this study was to explore the way parents influence children and young people aged 0-16 years old to be safer road users.

  • Author(s): J. Green, R. Ayrton, J. Woodall, J. Woodward, C. Newell, M. Cattan and R. Cross
  • Published: Centre for Health Promotion Research, Faculty of Health, Leeds Metropolitan University prepared for the Department for Transport, 2008
  • Date: 15 Mar 2013
  • Format: Adobe Portable Document Format