Bicycle & Pedestrian Safety


2012 National Survey on Bicyclist and Pedestrian Attitudes Vol I

2012 National Survey on Bicyclist and Pedestrian Attitudes Vol I


Product ID: 811 841A

The 2012 National Survey of Bicyclist and Pedestrian Attitudes and Behavior is the second survey on this topic conducted for the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Data collection was conducted by Abt SRBI, Inc, a national research organization. The survey utilized an overlapping dual frame (landline and cell) sample design and included an oversample of 16-39 year olds. A total of 7,509 interviews were conducted with persons 16 years of age or older living in the United States. Interviewing began on July 12, 2012, and ended on November 18, 2012. The samples were combined and weighted to produce national estimates of the target population. This report presents summary findings from the survey and compares selected results to the 2002 administration.

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2012 National Survey on Bicyclist and Pedestrian Attitudes Vol II

2012 National Survey on Bicyclist and Pedestrian Attitudes Vol II


Product ID: 811 841b

The 2012 National Survey of Bicyclist and Pedestrian Attitudes and Behavior is the second survey on this topic conducted for the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Data collection was conducted by Abt SRBI, Inc, a national research organization. The survey utilized an overlapping dual frame (landline and cell) sample design and included an oversample of 16- to 39-year-olds. A total of 7,509 interviews were conducted with persons 16 years of age or older living in the United States. Interviewing began on July 12, 2012, and ended on November 18, 2012. The samples were combined and weighted to produce national estimates of the target population. The survey assessed the extent to which respondents engaged in bicycling and walking outdoors; demographic and typological descriptions of bicyclists and pedestrians; the extent and frequency of using electronic devices while biking or walking; attitudes and perceptions about bicycling and pedestrian activity; the availability and use of bike paths and lanes in the community; knowledge of various laws pertaining to bicyclists and pedestrians; and changes in bicycling and pedestrian behavior and attitudes since 2002.This report presents detailed findings from the survey and compares results to the 2002 administration.

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2012 National Survey on Bicyclist and Pedestrian Attitudes Vol III

2012 National Survey on Bicyclist and Pedestrian Attitudes Vol III


Product ID: 811 841c

The 2012 National Survey of Bicyclist and Pedestrian Attitudes and Behavior is the second survey on this topic conducted for the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Data collection was conducted by Abt SRBI, Inc, a national research organization. The survey utilized an overlapping dual frame (landline and cell) sample design and included an oversample of 16-39 year olds. A total of 7,509 interviews were conducted with persons 16 years of age or older living in the United States. Interviewing began on July 12, 2012, and ended on November 18, 2012. The samples were combined and weighted to produce national estimates of the target population. This report presents detailed information on the survey methodology, as well as the full survey instrument.

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Child Pedestrian Safety Education (Report)

Child Pedestrian Safety Education (Report)


Product ID: 811 190

Psychological theories of learning and updated child development theories are not often used when developing child pedestrian education programs.  Interventions based on relevant theories might be more effective in increasing safe pedestrian behaviors in young children.  This report reviews the literature on child pedestrian education and discusses possible programs that may be more effective in keeping child pedestrians safe. 

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Enhancing Bicycle Safety: Law Enforcement’s Role

Enhancing Bicycle Safety: Law Enforcement’s Role


Product ID: 810 758
This is a CD-ROM self-paced interactive training for all law enforcement officers.  It includes seven content sections with videos, and a final evaluation.  Content includes:  Why Law Enforcement; Understanding Bicycle Crashes;; Applying Traffic Laws to Cyclists; Specific Laws for Cyclists; Enforcement Techniques; Crash Investigation and Reporting; and Review and Next Steps.  Completion of the final evaluation prompts a certificate of completion and the achieved score.  Based on their State defined passing score, the learner is subject to in-service training hours.  Estimated contact time for completing the training:  approximately 2 hours. 

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Evaluation of the Safety Benefits of Legacy Safe Routes to School Programs

Evaluation of the Safety Benefits of Legacy Safe Routes to School Programs


Product ID: 811 013
This study was a preliminary crash-based investigation of Safe Routes to School (SRTS) programs created prior to SAFETEA-LU.  Pedestrian and bicycle crashes among elementary school children ages 4 to 12 were compared with younger children, older children, and same-aged passengers involved in crashes.  The results indicate that SRTS programs were at least benign with respect to crashes.

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Identifying Countermeasure Strategies to Increase Safety of Older Pedestrians

Identifying Countermeasure Strategies to Increase Safety of Older Pedestrians


Product ID: 811 798

The increase in the older population as well as its increased frailty has led the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) to conduct research initiatives examining the safety and mobility of older adults. Although older adults are struck less frequently than children, they are more likely to die after being struck due to frailty or physical complications. With that in mind, NHTSA is interested in developing effective countermeasure strategies that can be strategically targeted towards the prevention and mitigation of crashes involving older pedestrians. The objective of this project was to identify appropriate countermeasures that will reduce older pedestrians’ exposure to injuries and fatal crashes. This involved exploring countermeasures within the area of transportation as well as in other fields such as public health and education with the intention of identifying strategies that can be implemented to increase older pedestrian safety. Additionally, experts in the fields of aging, occupational therapy, transportation safety, traffic engineering, aging and ophthalmology, gerontology, and older pedestrian safety were contacted. These individuals provided contextual information to help explain the dynamics behind older adults’ involvement in pedestrian crashes as well as insights into what strategies might be effective in communicating with older adults to effect change in their walking behavior.

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KIDS: The School Bus and You [Brochure]

KIDS: The School Bus and You [Brochure]


Product ID: 808 423

This brochure provides parents, children and motor vehicle drivers with a series of helpful lifesaving tips to make traveling to and from school and school-related activities safer for everyone.  Full color, 3.75" x 8.5".

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NHTSA Pedestrian Safety Training for Law Enforcement (CD-ROM)

NHTSA Pedestrian Safety Training for Law Enforcement (CD-ROM)


Product ID: 811 294
This training is a self-paced, interactive, computer-based training program designed to help law enforcement officers to understand the factors involved in pedestrian crashes, identify effective enforcement countermeasure techniques, understand the importance of complete and accurate pedestrian crash reporting, and become pedestrian safety advocates in the community.  A final assessment will produce a certificate of completion with the achieved score.

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Pedestrian & Bicycle Safety (CD-ROM)

Pedestrian & Bicycle Safety (CD-ROM)


Product ID: 6A0051
English as a Second Language training

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Pedestrian Safety Workshop (a Focus on Older Adults) (CD)

Pedestrian Safety Workshop (a Focus on Older Adults) (CD)


Product ID: 811 243

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Review of Studies on Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety, 1991-2007


Product ID: 811 614

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Ride Smart, It's Time to Start, Bike Safe Bike Smart Bicycle Safety Tips for Adults (cd)

Ride Smart, It's Time to Start, Bike Safe Bike Smart Bicycle Safety Tips for Adults (cd)


Product ID: 6A0203

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Safe Routes to School Toolkit [Manual]

Safe Routes to School Toolkit [Manual]


Product ID: 809 497

This toolkit includes materials for educators and others to promote walking and biking to school.  The basic components of the Safe Routes to School program outlined in this toolkit are mapping the routes to school, activities and outreach, and classroom lessons.  The toolkit also includes sample Safe Routes to School forms, press releases, posters, and other resources.  8.5" x 11",   full color, 89 pages.

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Seven Smart Routes to Bicycle Safety for Adults

Seven Smart Routes to Bicycle Safety for Adults


Product ID: 810 773

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