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The Engagement Handbook explains the why, what, who and how for engaging with stakeholders, community and the media. It supports Road Controlling Authorities to successfully implement speed management initiatives. This is useful for RCAs that want further information and guidance on the engagement element of speed management planning.
The Circle of Engagement is an action plan to help coordinate engagement with communities, stakeholders and the media on speed management options.
This webinar features designers of the Speed Management Guide explaining the technical and engagement elements of its approach. It is useful for those looking to understand how to implement speed management in New Zealand.
The NZ Transport Agency has undertaken national and regional research to understand community perceptions of road risk. This presents key insights from this research and provides links to visual summaries of the research. The research is useful for planning engagement.
This is an example of an engagement resource which can be created to support conversations about road risk. The poster highlights key statistics and information about national road risk. The Transport Agency can help RCAs recreate similar infographics for community engagement.
This is an example of a tool Road Controlling Authorities can use to collect community feedback and facilitate conversations about local road risk. It is useful for public events such as open days and is a good conversation starter.
These case studies show how speed management has been implemented in different areas, what kind of engagement occurred, and key learnings from each project.
Talking about road risk is a short guide that provides some tools to support conversations with communities about road risk.
Social media can be used to test ideas, raise issues and consult on projects and proposals. This short guide explains how you can also use it in formal consultation.
These editable infographics make it easy for RCAs to make engagement resources about local road risks.
This profile describes road risk in Invercargill City Council’s area. It shows location and causes of crashes, gives some information on key issues and provides insight into what the local community thinks. It is a useful tool to use when having conversation with communities, local media and stakeholders.
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