Children

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Comparative Safety of European Child Pedestrian Exposure and Accidents

Objectives: To understand the differences in exposure and RTI rates of 5-15 year olds within similar road environments and, by identifying the factors that may explain higher RTI rates in Great Britain, compared to those in France and the Netherlands.

  • Author(s): P. Bly, M. Dix and C. Stephenson
  • Published: MVA Limited in association with ITS prepared for The Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions (DETR), 1999
  • Date Added: 15 Mar 2013
  • Format: Adobe Portable Document Format

Code of Everand: Final Evaluation Report

Objectives: To evaluate the impact of The Code of Everand (CoE), a multiplayer online game for 9-13 year olds.

  • Author(s): . Dunwell, S. Christmas and S. de Freitas
  • Published: Serious Games Institute (SGI) and Simon Christmas Ltd for Department for Transport, 2011
  • Date Added: 15 Mar 2013
  • Format: Adobe Portable Document Format

Attitudes to Road Safety and Think! Road Safety Campaigns

Objectives: To review road safety communications aimed at children and teenagers and investigate possible methods/routes for improving communication, and to explore the need for a separate marketing approach for 10-11 year olds during the transition from primary to secondary school.

  • Author(s): M. Ratcliff and S. Bouchier-Hayes
  • Published: MURMUR prepared for the Department for Transport, no date
  • Date Added: 15 Mar 2013
  • Format: Adobe Portable Document Format

Evaluation of the National Child Pedestrian Training Pilot Projects (Road Safety Research Report No. 82)

Objectives: To assess the impact of the National Child Pedestrian Training Programme (Kerbcraft), in England and Scotland, in areas of high deprivation and high child pedestrian casualty rates.

  • Author(s): K. Whelan, E. Towner, G. Errington and J. Powell
  • Published: Centre for Child and adolescent Health, University of the West of England, Bristol, prepared for the Department for Transport, 2008
  • Date Added: 15 Mar 2013
  • Format: Adobe Portable Document Format

Bringing children into the social contract of road use: Final report (Road Safety Research Report No. 33)

Objectives: Develop and evaluate a booklet for parents to support them in teaching traffic skills and comprehension to their own children (targeted at 5-8 year olds) and also induce an error-avoidant perspective and consistent spontaneous deployment of traffic skills.

  • Author(s): S. Wood, S. Thornton, E. Arundell and L. Graupner
  • Published: University of Sussex prepared for the Department for Transport, 2003
  • Date Added: 15 Mar 2013
  • Format: Adobe Portable Document Format

Child-Parent Interaction in Relation to Road Safety Education: Part 2 – Main Report (Road Safety Research Report No.102)

Objectives: The main objective of this study was to explore the way parents influence children and young people aged 0-16 years old to be safer road users.

  • Author(s): J. Green, R. Ayrton, J. Woodall, J. Woodward, C. Newell, M. Cattan and R. Cross
  • Published: Centre for Health Promotion Research, Faculty of Health, Leeds Metropolitan University prepared for the Department for Transport, 2008
  • Date Added: 15 Mar 2013
  • Format: Adobe Portable Document Format

Child–Parent Interaction in Relation to Road Safety Education: Part 1 – A Critical Literature Review (Road Safety Research Report No.101)

Objectives: To identify and provide a critical review of the research and literature concerned with parent child interaction in relation to road safety education; and consider the published evidence for the effect of strategies that parents use in training their children to be safer road users.

  • Author(s): M. Cattan, H. Green, C. Newell, R. Ayrton and J . Walker
  • Published: The Centre for Health Promotion Research, Faculty of Health, Leeds Metropolitan University prepared for the Department for Transport, 2008
  • Date Added: 15 Mar 2013
  • Format: Adobe Portable Document Format