New Zealand Non-Motorised User Review Procedures

Interim Guideline for Trial and Comment

Land Transport New Zealand

This process ensures that the needs of people who wish to walk, cycle or where relevant, ride a horse through a site are considered when works are being planned and designed.

It is based on a method that is compulsory for projects on main highways in England and all road projects for Transport for London.

Unlike a safety audit it is performed within the project team. It involves a process for identifying the issues for these users in context report, then audits the project at appropriate stages for the ways those issues are being addressed.

The document is in interim form and is released for the industry to try out voluntarily, so that we can receive feedback about its use.

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