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Help requested posted on 27th September 2018:

Pedestrians

Does anyone have any graphics/campaign material for a pedestrian campaign, in an urban/city centre environment. Our collision data is showing that there is a peak of pedestrian collisions on Thursday, Friday and Saturday late/afternoon evenings in November, December, January. So hours of darkness. Mix of pedestrians not looking and pedestrians not being seen.

Kelly Wiltshire

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Response posted on 28th September 2018 by:
Simon Rawlings

E: srawlings@stennik.com
T: 01379 650112

Pedestrians

Hi Kelly,

We (Stennik) have been working in partnership on an innovative adult pedestrian campaign and I will contact you directly later this morning with more information.

Kind regards
Simon
Stennik


Response posted on 1st October 2018 by:
liz Johnson

E: liz.johnson1@thamesvalley.pnn.police.uk
T: 07800702979

Pedestrians

Hi Kelly

I would be really interested in your findings from this request, as Thames Valley and Hampshire also have a similar issue and I am looking at ways in which to raise awareness

kind regards
Liz Johnson
Road Safety Officer


Response posted on 1st October 2018 by:
Keith Baldock

E: keith.baldock@brighton-hove.gov.uk
T:

Pedestrians

Hi Kelly
Yes- been trying to address this for a while with a Share the Roads campaign - distraction - and Seen Me, Seen You? campaign run end Oct/Nov. Would attach if could so e-mail if you want.
All best


Response posted on 2nd October 2018 by:
David Dansky

E: david@cycletraining.co.uk
T: 07857745747

Pedestrians

While there is definite value in educating pedestrians in getting seen and looking perhaps broader consideration of why more drivers are crashing with pedestrians in the darker months would be more effective.

Are drivers not anticipating pedestrian behaviour and lack of visibility during these times?
Are they driving at an appropriate speed to mitigate pedestrian behaviour and looking out for people walking standing near the kerb to cross?

TfL refocused their campaigns recently from messaging vulnerable road users to focus on the more harmful road users through their Safety Actions Plans.


Response posted on 8th October 2018 by:
KarenDelaney

E: karen.delaney@tfgm.com
T:

Pedestrians

I am happy to share our pedestrian material with you. It focuses on the pedestrian 'looking good' and the driver 'looking good'.


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