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Check that your design adheres to best practice and meets the needs of pedestrians by applying the appropriate review or audit.
Reviews and audits should be undertaken as part of the planning and design process for projects, including existing streets or networks.
Road safety audits, safe system assessments, safety in design reviews and level crossing safety impact assessments are all important processes.
Non-motorised user audits, crime prevention through environment design (CPTED) audits and operational audits may be appropriate for your project.