Improving Safety of Cycling Public Education Programme Report
July - September 2010
To: Gerry Dance, New Zealand Transport Agency
From: Cycling Advocates' Network
30 September 2010
The aims of the Improving Safety of Cycling Public Education Programme are to:
a. deliver a national safety education and promotional programme in the high priority walking and cycling communities at risk areas, directly contributing to high priority areas of the Government's Safer Journeys Strategy: Safer roads and roadsides, Safer speeds and Increasing the safety of all drivers;
b. provide information for professionals about best practice for planning and designing for cyclists; and
c. reduce peak hour congestion and increase economic productivity through nationally coordinated promotional programme and educational material to encourage more people to cycle to work and to school.
We are delighted to report on another successful programme, and thank NZTA for your support.
Graeme Lindup and Glen Koorey
CAN Chair and Deputy Chair
Report attached below