Evaluation of the "Safer Summer" Road Safety Campaign

Evaluation of the "Safer Summer" Road Safety Campa…
01 Nov 2014

The 10km/h speed enforcement threshold has been reduced to 4km/h during official holiday periods in New Zealand since Queen’s Birthday weekend 2010. The 2013/14 Safer Summer road safety campaign was the first time the speed enforcement threshold reduction had been extended beyond official holiday periods to a full two month period.

The campaign was carried out by Police from 1 December 2013 to 31 January 2014, and supported by the wider road safety sector. It involved a well-publicised reduced speed enforcement threshold, combined with intensified and highly visible speed enforcement.

The final report evaluates the effects of the campaign on speeding and crashes.

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