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Level Crossings - a guide for Managers, Designers & Operators

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It updates the earlier guidance, Railway Safety Principles and Guidance, Part 2, Section E (RSPG2E) Guidance on level crossings (first published in 1996) to reflect recent developments in good practice, technology and industry standards and to take account of changes in the law and recommendations from the Rail Accident and Investigation Branch. It also incorporates the previously separate guidance on the level crossing order making process which is managed by ORR.

General Information 01/08/11 CIHT Add icon
Bus punctuality partnerships: guidance for local authorities and operators

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This guidance has been produced by DfT's Bus Punctuality Working Group, a stakeholder group set up to develop a more effective punctuality regime. It is informed by the experience of local authorities and bus operators around the country and offers a framework which local authorities and bus operators can use to work together to achieve results. It sets out why punctuality and reliability are important, and explains how a partnership approach can help to deliver high standards of punctuality. It contains examples of good practice which are already being used, together with a model which has been developed for use 'off the peg' or which can be adapted according to local circumstances, including a model data sharing agreement.

Secondary Doc. 11/07/11 Department for Transport Add icon
Traffic Advisory Leaflet 2/11 - Portable Traffic Signals for the Control of Vehicular Traffic

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This leaflet provides advice on the use of portable traffic signals at road and street works. Detailed advice is already given on the design and use of these, primarily in: - An Introduction to the Use of Portable Vehicular Signals ('the Pink Book') - Safety at Street Works and Road Works – A Code of Practice ('the Red Book') - Traffic Signs Manual Chapter 8. This leaflet is designed to complement these documents by providing a summary of the main requirements. It does not cover portable signal-controlled pedestrian facilities. For advice on these, please see Traffic Advisory Leaflet 3/11: Signal-controlled pedestrian facilities at portable traffic signals. Portable traffic signals might be required as a consequence of road works, or street works. They should not be confused with temporary traffic light signals, which are permanent signals mounted in a temporary fashion.

Secondary Doc. 09/05/11 Department for Transport Add icon
Traffic Advisory Leaflet 3/11 - Signal-controlled Pedestrian Facilities at Portable Traffic Signals

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This leaflet is intended to provide advice to those who may be involved in or considering providing portable pedestrian crossing facilities, whether stand-alone or at road works. The Traffic Signs Regulations and General Directions 2002 (TSRGD) were amended in 2011 to allow the use of pedestrian facilities with portable traffic signals. Traffic Advisory Leaflet 2/11: Portable traffic signals for the control of vehicular traffic provides advice on the use of portable traffic signals to control vehicular traffic only. Much of that advice is relevant to portable pedestrian facilities, and TAL 2/11 should be read in conjunction with this leaflet. Other advice is given in: - An Introduction to the Use of Portable Vehicular Signals ('the Pink Book'), - Safety at Street Works and Road Works – A Code of Practice ('the Red Book') - Traffic Signs Manual Chapter 8. The advice in this leaflet also supersedes that given in paragraph 1, page 1 of the Pink Book. For the purposes of this leaflet, road works are any works carried out primarily to improve or maintain the highway, such as resurfacing of the road. Street works are any works carried out by statutory undertakers to place or maintain apparatus such as water mains or electricity cables ('undertaker' is defined in the New Roads and Street Works Act 1991). To simplify this leaflet, both road and street works will be referred to as road works. This leaflet only considers circumstances in which works are carried out by statutory undertakers, or permitted by the traffic authority.

Secondary Doc. 09/05/11 Department for Transport Add icon
The Traffic Signs (Amendment) Regulations and General Directions 2011 Legislation 09/05/11 Office of Public Sector Information Add icon
Traffic Signs (Amendment) Regulations and General Directions 2011

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The Secretary of State— (a)in exercise of powers conferred by section 64(1), (2) and (3) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984(1), makes the regulations contained in Part 1 of this instrument; and (b)in exercise of powers conferred by section 65(1) of that Act(2), gives the general directions contained in Part 2 of this instrument. In relation to the regulations contained in Part 1 of this instrument, the Secretary of State has, in accordance with section 134(2) of that Act, consulted with such representative organisations as the Secretary of State thought fit.

Legislation 09/05/11 Department for Transport Add icon
Deal or no deal: Can incentives encourage widespread adoption of intelligent speed adaption devices?: Institute for Transport Studies, University of Leeds (DOP: 4/11)

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Given the burden of injury, economic, environmental and social consequences associated with speeding, reducing road traffic speed remains a major priority. Intelligent speed adaptation (ISA) is a promising but controversial new in-vehicle system that provides drivers with support on the speed-control task. In order to model potential system uptake, this paper explores drivers’ preferences for two different types of ISA given a number of alternative fiscal incentives and non-fiscal measures, using a stated preference approach.

Research 09/04/11 CIHT Add icon
Puffin Accident Study Report

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Puffin facilities were developed to replace Pelican crossings at mid-block sites and farside pedestrian signals at junctions. Research has shown that compared to existing pedestrian signal facilities, Puffin facilities can reduce both driver and pedestrian delay at junctions, and improve pedestrian comfort (particularly for older pedestrians and those with impaired mobility). Previous research has also indicated safety benefits. The aim of this study was to quantify the safety benefit.

Research 08/03/11 Transport Research Laboratory Add icon
Integrated security - A public realm design guide for hostile vehicle mitigation

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This publication provides information and inspiration for those responsible for integrating protective security measures into the public realm, in order to mitigate threats from, and limit the damage caused by, terrorist attack. It is important that our surroundings remain open and inclusive and that the addition of physical security measures is integrated and proportionate to the assessed threat. The purpose of this guide is to assist the public realm design process and to encourage a positive and creative response to the challenges of counter-terrorism and protective security.

Secondary Doc. 01/03/11 CPNI Add icon
Lorry Mounted Crash Cushion Systems

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The Scorpion LMCC complies with the current requirements of Chapter 8 and is approved for use on UK highways. Lorry mounted crash cushion systems are designed to mitigate the effects of an errant vehicle impacting a maintenance truck. By absorbing the energy of the impact, the potential injuries to occupants of both vehicles are minimised and damage to the maintenance vehicle dramatically reduced or even prevented. The lorry mounted crash cushion will also help to control the impact, thereby minimising the chances of secondary accidents. Highway Care offers a quality service which includes crash cushion (LMCC), light arrow and specialist traffic management body packages. Our vehicle mounted products and services are widely regarded by our customers as being superior in terms of performance and reliability, in the most demanding of situations. All LMCC packages are backed up by dedicated workshop facilities carrying a comprehensive range of spares. * The Scorpion is divided into sections, making it more economical to repair after lower speed impacts * Comprehensive range of spares available * Excellent after-care service, including telephone support * System available for sale or hire * Available with motorway Light Arrow and various traffic management body options

Product 01/03/11 Highway Care Add icon
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