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This report describes the development and application of a tool to establish a framework for rail participants to explore their current strengths and weaknesses for SPAD risk reduction and to provide the New Zealand Transport Agency with an overview …
Research undertaken to inform the High risk intersections guide showed there was a higher risk of death and serious injury at some urban signalised intersections than at other intersections using the same control types.
This study aimed to determine how to cost-effectively improve safety for people who cycle on low-volume rural roads in New Zealand.
This research, which was carried out in New Zealand in 2013, used computer simulation modelling to identify whether it is better to rectify or replace existing roadside crash barriers that are of substandard height or are corroded, or to install new …
Detailed observations of air quality and local meteorology were conducted on either side of a stretch of the Auckland southern motorway, and in the surrounding residential neighbourhood.
The majority of fatal and serious crashes in New Zealand occur on rural two-lane roads.
The C-roundabout (cyclist roundabout) is a new multi-lane roundabout design (developed as part of a 2006 Land Transport NZ research project Improved multi-lane roundabout designs for cyclists) that aims to improve the safety of cyclists at multi-lane…
The Safe System approach to road safety implies the goal of removing fatal and serious injury crashes from our road network.
This research report presents a review of overseas legislation, technology trends, market and safety analyses for low-powered, low-speed vehicles.
Making urban cycling a safer and more attractive transport choice is now a NZ Transport Agency strategic priority.