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Pedestrian Safety Advice

9 April 2013

With a focus on safer pedestrians during the Global Road Safety Week many readers will need access to good knowledge. This is available on both  The Road Safety Toolkit which shows how to implement low cost measures to reduce casualties, and on the The Road Safety Observatory which aims to provide easy access to independent road safety research and information for anyone working in road safety including members of the public.

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