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Urban Design and Child Road Safety

7 August 2019

Urban Design and Child Road Safety - an article by Ayikai Poswayo and published by Urbanet.

Walking to school is a life-threatening endeavour to many African children, where road safety measures – if existent at all – fail to recognise the special needs of children. Ayikai Poswayo, Programme Director at Amend , outlines what urban engineering needs to focus on to make cities safer for children.

To read the article please click here.

Amend won a Prince Michael International Road Safety Award in 2018.

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