Pedestrians

Pedestrians

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Evaluation of the national child pedestrian training pilot projects

Objectives: To establish the impact of the National child pedestrian training pilot projects (‘Kerbcraft’) on children’s road safety. To identify the most successful schemes and elements of schemes.

  • Author(s): K. Whelan, E. Towner, G. Errington and J. Powell
  • Published: Department for Transport, 2008
  • Date: 28 Jan 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

Evaluation of the Stepping Out pedestrian training scheme

Objectives: To undertake an independent evaluation of Stepping Out to provide evidence around the changes in children’s road safety knowledge and behaviour and the long-term impact of the scheme.

  • Author(s): L. Hillyard
  • Published: Brainbox Research Ltd for Staffordshire County Council, 2010
  • Date: 15 Mar 2013
  • Format: Adobe Portable Document Format

Factors influencing pedestrian safety: a literature review

Objectives: To investigate in what ways pedestrian behaviour might be influenced (in ways most acceptable to pedestrians and other road users) to reduce the numbers of casualties on London’s roads.

  • Author(s): A. Martin
  • Published: TRL, for Transport for London, 2006
  • Date: 15 Mar 2013
  • Format: Adobe Portable Document Format