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Behavioual Change toolkit available

20 November 2011

A Behavioural Insights Toolkit is now available through the Road Safety Knowledge Centre.  The kit provides a readily digestible and user-friendly guide to those responsible for transport policy and delivery initiatives, including local authorities. The toolkit shows how behavioural insights can be applied in the transport context to achieve policy objectives. The toolkit does not represent mandatory guidance and its use is purely voluntary.

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