Pedestrian Activity & Accident Risk

01 February 1994

The report provided the most detailed breakdown yet of pedestrian risk and was the result of almost two years' study of walking patterns and accident records in Northampton - chosen for the study as a 'typical UK town'. It rated exposure to risk in terms of casualties per 100 million kilometres walked or roads crossed, and highlighted vulnerable groups by age and sex, their residential area and by what type of roads they used.

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