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GLOBAL ROAD SAFETY WEEK 2013: SPECIAL FEATURES ON PEDESTRIAN SAFETY

Monday 13th May 2013

GLOBAL ROAD SAFETY WEEK 2013: SPECIAL FEATURES ON PEDESTRIAN SAFETY

To celebrate the Second UN Global Road Safety Week (6-12 May), which focused on pedestrian safety, Road Safety GB showcased five of the UK's established pedestrian safety schemes.

The Mosque Marshalling Scheme
First implemented by Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council in 2005, the Mosque Marshalling Scheme has subsequently been taken up by councils across Britain. More...

 

 

Safer Steps
Safer Steps is a pedestrian training package for Key Stage 2 pupils, which is being used by a number of local authorities across the country. The current materials were developed in 2011 by Road Safety Analysis on behalf of the road safety team in Berkshire, and are based on earlier schemes. More...

 

 

Walking Bus
The Walking Bus is an excellent example of a pedestrian safety scheme that has been around in the UK for some while, and in many areas of the country continues to go from strength to strength. More...

 

 

Walk to School Week
Walk to School Week is an annual event organised by Living Streets which attempts to get children to commit to walking to school throughout the week. More...

 

 

 

Pedestrian Skills
Created by dbda in 2006, Pedestrian Skills aims to help children aged 4-11 years develop road safety understanding and skills at a young age. More...

 

 

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