Published: 2005 | Category: Integrated land use and transport systems , Research programme , Research & reports | Audience: General
Between 2002–2004 a four-part research programme was undertaken to identify hazards to cyclists from features of the road network that are designed to benefit motorists.
The four studies were:
The perspective of the research is to recognise and understand the conflicting needs of cyclists and motorists who share a road corridor. The outcome is to facilitate more informed decision-making in design, maintenance and management of the road corridor by balancing the needs of cyclists and motorists.
Keywords: children, cycle, cyclist, force, motorist, needs, New Zealand, obstacle, risk, roads, road features, route, safety factors, stability, test, vehicle, velocity