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This factsheet is for cyclists who share the roads with motor vehicles. If you are a cyclist, then for your own safety, and the safety of other road users, you must follow the road rules for cycle riders, and you must have the right equipment.
The NZ Transport Agency's (NZTA) factsheets provide information on transport safety, standards and processes.
All our factsheets are available on this web site and can be printed directly from the site.
Many of our factsheets are also available from the NZTA's agents and regional offices in a...
The official New Zealand code for cyclists is a user-friendly guide to New Zealand’s traffic law and safe cycling practices.
The code will be particularly useful for people who are just learning about cycling on the road or those teaching someone else to ride. It will also be a useful resource for those already cycling, as well as for parents and caregivers teaching their...
These guidelines address cyclist training skills to prepare trainees to cycle confidently on the road. The guidelines have been developed to cater for a range of trainees and suit both school and adult training environments. The guidelines are based on a number of outcomes to ensure that demonstrated ability is achieved at each grade.
This publication has been updated to reflect...
This leaflet provides some practical advice on how cyclists, buses and trucks can share the road together safely.
Terms of reference template for any NAP with an investigation phase greater than $250,000.
These templates, tools, examples and informative documents support the NAP guidelines for coordinators.
To provide local authority project coordinators with guidance on how to carry out best practice neighbourhood accessibility plan projects.
The whānau and caregivers guide on Feet First Walk to School Every Week is a booklet that encourages students, whānau and caregivers to make the journey to school on foot for at least once a week, every week.
The booklet discusses the benefits for parents and children of walking to school and looks at practical ways they can make it happen.
This document contains information about a trial of two types of inductive loop cycle counting equipment.
A study of the walking and cycling strategies held by local and regional councils.
Companion document to Austroads Guide to Traffic Engineering Practice (GTEP) Part 14 Bicycles (edition June 2008) for New Zealand designers of cycle facilities. The last update was September 2008.
Note: the GTEP Part 14 Bicycles has been superseded by the Cycling Aspects of Austroads Guides so there are aspects of this companion document that have also been superseded....
The report is a summary of a literature review of traffic-counting technology able to detect and monitor cycle traffic on a continuous basis and an internet-based survey of road controlling authorities (RCAs) and regional councils about their experience and interest in counting cycle traffic, either manually or automatically.
The Pedestrian Planning and Design Guide is New Zealand's comprehensive official guide to planning and design for walking. It sets out ways to improve New Zealand’s walking environment.
Summary posters to show what was done in a NAP project in Nelson, Papatoetoe and South Dunedin.
The list of share the road project examples in the companion booklet contains descriptions of 20 campaigns or resources that demonstrate good practice and address the main issues raised by communities participating in walking and cycling road safety related education. Contact details for more information are included with each project description. Campaigns can be repeated, but before using...
This publication contains a list of existing share the road resources and projects and outlines new ideas to promote good practice share the road projects. It is envisaged that this resource will be a reference document to help practitioners motivate and encourage community groups and project teams to plan good practice promotional projects to address issues identified for action in their...
This guide aims to promote a consistent approach to planning the provision for cycling in New Zealand.
This Profile aims to make visible the extent and importance of pedestrian activity and injury in New Zealand. Its focus is on walking as a transport mode, and it aims to provide an accessible overview to those who plan our communities and manage our roads.
This report details the results of the survey of floodlighting pedestrian crossings. Companion reports detail the results of the other two safety areas.
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