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Webinar: Not All Roads Are Created Equal
This 40-minutes presentation on New Zealand's Speed Management Guide is by Glenn Bunting and Diane Gamble from the NZ Transport Agency.
Webinar: Older Road Users - Emerging Trends
This one-hour webinar provides an overview of the emerging trends in crash involvement among older road users, aged 75 years and over. It is presented by Dr Matthew Baldock, Deputy Director of the Centre for Automotive Safety Research at the…
Older Road Users: Emerging Trends
This report identifies trends in crash involvement amongst older road users (aged 75+).
Infrastructure Improvements to Reduce Motorcycle Casualties
This report presents the technical findings of a two-year study which sought to identify effective infrastructure improvements to reduce motorcycle crash risk and crash severity, based on how riders perceive, respond and react to infrastructure they…
Guidance on Median and Centreline Treatments to Reduce Head-on Casualties
This report presents a compendium of local and overseas practice and experience in minimising the risk and severity of head-on crashes. It is intended to assist road safety practitioners identify effective actions that can be taken to reduce the…
Safe System Roads for Local Government
Australian and New Zealand local governments manage extensive road networks. Previous reporting indicates local government-managed roads represent 82 and 88% of the length of all public roads in both countries, respectively. As local roads, they…
Safety of Disadvantaged Road Users
This publication reports the literature review and statistical analysis stages of a project to investigate the relationship between disadvantage and road casualties.
Achieving Safe System Speeds on Urban Arterial Roads: Compendium of Good Practice
This compendium presents information on speed as a contributor to urban arterial road crashes. It provides information on treatments that can be used to address speed at intersections and midblock locations.
Distraction and Attitudes Towards Safe Pedestrian Behaviour
Pedestrians account for around 14% of Australian road deaths annually. International research suggests that pedestrian distraction from smart phones may lead to greater risk of trauma. Ownership of smart phones in Australia is high, suggesting this…
Safe System Assessment Framework
This report proposes an assessment framework designed to help road agencies methodically consider Safe System objectives in road infrastructure projects.