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Synthesis of safety research, pedestrians.

Related Names: Zegeer, Charles V.
Language(s): English
Published: Washington, D.C. : U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, Office of Technology Applications ; 1991]
Subjects: Pedestrians > Accidents.
Pedestrians > Safety.
Pedestrians > Safety measures.
Pedestrians > Protection.
Traffic safety.
Note: "June 1991"--Technical rept. documentation p.
"August 1991."
"This report is an update of Chapter 16 'Pedestrian Ways' written by R.C. Pfefer, A. Sorton, J. Fegan, and M.J. Rosenbaum, which was published by the Federal Highway Administration in Synthesis of Safety Research Related to Traffic Control and Roadway Elements-volume 2 in December, 1982"--Technical rept. documentation p.
Prepared by Charles V. Zegeer (Highway Safety Research Center, University of North Carolina).
Cover title.
Physical Description: viii, 102 p. : ill., charts ; 28 cm.
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