The Complete Streets Evaluation Tool is comprised of 21 performance indicators that are aimed at helping municipalities assess the effectiveness of their Complete Streets projects. The indicators are organized within four broad goals: (1) active transportation, (2) level of safety, (3) level of service, (4) surrounding environment.
This toolkit contains three comprehensive modules, each with a different road safety focus. This resource details road safety interventions that can be implemented by municipalities, as well as implementation tools and strategies. The tools can be tailored to local contexts.
Vision Zero: A toolkit for road safety in the modern era (2017)
This article considers the applicability of Vision Zero to real-world traffic-infrastructure is looked at to show the toolkits available for policymakers to increase road safety in a local context.
Applications of these principles to real-world traffic infrastructure are explored in order to show policymakers the toolkits available to increase road safety while taking into consideration local contexts.