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Road Traffic Injury Risk in Disadvantaged Communities: Evaluation of the Neighbourhood Road Safety Initiative (Road Safety Web Publication No.19)

Objectives: To evaluate the impact of the Neighbourhood Road Safety Initiative on improving road safety in deprived areas and increasing understanding of the root causes of the high risks of traffic injury in these areas.

  • Author(s): N. Christie, H. Ward, R. Kimberlee, R. Lyons, E. Towner, M. Hayes, S. Robertson, S. Rana, and M. Brussoni
  • Published: Department for Transport, 2010
  • Date: 15 Mar 2013
  • Format: Adobe Portable Document Format

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–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

Bringing children into the social contract of road use: Final report (Road Safety Research Report No. 33)

Objectives: Develop and evaluate a booklet for parents to support them in teaching traffic skills and comprehension to their own children (targeted at 5-8 year olds) and also induce an error-avoidant perspective and consistent spontaneous deployment of traffic skills.

  • Author(s): S. Wood, S. Thornton, E. Arundell and L. Graupner
  • Published: University of Sussex prepared for the Department for Transport, 2003
  • Date: 15 Mar 2013
  • Format: Adobe Portable Document Format

Evaluation of the National Child Pedestrian Training Pilot Projects (Road Safety Research Report No. 82)

Objectives: To assess the impact of the National Child Pedestrian Training Programme (Kerbcraft), in England and Scotland, in areas of high deprivation and high child pedestrian casualty rates.

  • Author(s): K. Whelan, E. Towner, G. Errington and J. Powell
  • Published: Centre for Child and adolescent Health, University of the West of England, Bristol, prepared for the Department for Transport, 2008
  • Date: 15 Mar 2013
  • Format: Adobe Portable Document Format