volume 8, issue 4, P264-267 2002
DOI: 10.1136/ip.8.4.264
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Abstract: In contrast to the steady reduction in mortality and morbidity from collisions involving motor vehicle occupants, relatively little progress has been made in controlling motor vehicle/pedestrian collisions. Engineering modifications are the most effective means of reducing such collisions, but mainly because of their cost, and public apathy about pedestrian safety, are too rarely employed.A modest experiment in community action was undertaken by attempting to induce the authorities of 10 small cities to apply…

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