Child pedestrian safety en route to and from rural schools: A case study
Russell, T., Westbrook, T. & Swain, D. (1999). Child pedestrian safety en route to and from rural schools: A case study. 1998-9 Summer Research Scholarship report for the Child Accident Prevention Foundation New Zealand (CAPFNZ). Hamilton, New Zealand: Department of Societies and Cultures, University of Waikato.
Permanent Research Commons link: https://hdl.handle.net/10289/790
This research examines the safety hazards faced by child pedestrians at rural schools within the Waipa District. The main objectives of this research were to identify hazards child pedestrians face, to identify current counter-measures to these hazards, and to evaluate the regulations and policies pertaining to these counter-measures and child pedestrian safety. Meeting these objectives then allowed the design of possible counter-measures to the hazards faced by rural child pedestrians. The ultimate goal of this research was to improve child pedestrian safety at rural schools.
Department of Societies and Cultures, University of Waikato