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The Australian/New Zealand standard Lighting for roads and public spaces, part 3.1: pedestrian area (category P) lighting - performance and design requirements (AS/NZS 1158.3.1:2005) sets out specifications for pedestrian lighting.
Drink-driving is a serious road safety issue, particularly in the rural environment, with a significant number of road users killed or injured on rural roads annually.
The majority of fatal and serious crashes in New Zealand occur on rural two-lane roads.
Cycling is a sustainable mode of travel and an alternative to motor vehicle trips, particularly for shorter trips.
The management of speed is considered an important safety issue at roundabouts.
This study reports on a New Zealand-wide evaluation of road surfaces for reflection properties relevant to road lighting design.
Research carried out in 2008-2010 examined the quantum and causes of non-motor vehicle injuries to pedestrians through a structured interview survey.
The overall research objective was to evaluate changes in pedestrian safety and traffic efficiency from installing pedestrian countdown timers.
Transverse road markings as a speed mitigation device may be a cost-effective method of reducing fatal and serious injury crashes as a consequence of speeding on a high-speed hazard approach.
The purpose of this research, carried out between 2008 and 2010, was to investigate the evidence for prioritising school travel initiatives, and to develop an evidence-based toolkit for the design of school travel systems, to supplement existing scho…