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This report details research carried out in Wellington, New Zealand, over the period 2012–13.
This study conducted in New Zealand in 2012 investigated the attitudes, prevalence, habits and self-reported risks associated with drug-driving, along with possible countermeasures.
Published: November 2013
Category: Natural hazard risk management , Integrated land use and transport systems , Safety, security and public health , Research programme , Research & reports | Audience: General
This research report proposes a new vehicle loading standard for the design and evaluation of road bridges and other highway infrastructure in New Zealand.
New Zealand has adopted the raised-profile type of audio tactile profiled (ATP) roadmarkings.
This report summarises research carried out in 2011–12 to quantify the effects of roadside barriers and clear zones on mitigation of run-off-road crash numbers and crash severity for New Zealand road and roadside characteristics through statistical a…
This report presents the results of a first attempt to combine detailed road geometry, road surface condition, carriageway characteristics and crash data information to develop a statistical crash prediction model for application to rural New Zealand…
A key problem for local authorities is the lack of robust techniques for evaluating crash risk at high-volume, urban, priority-controlled intersections.
This report presents an updated statistical analysis of data relating to crash rates on New Zealand roads.
Road safety is an issue that impacts on all levels of government and population.
A key element of the Safer Journeys national road safety strategy is safer speeds.