Traffic in Villages - A Toolkit for Communities
22nd November 2011
A new handbook for rural communities is published on December 6th 2011. Produced by Dorset AONB Partnership and written by Hamilton-Baillie Associates, the Toolkit extends the key principles of Manual for Streets and Manual for Streets 2 to support rural communities coping with the impact of traffic in villages and small towns. The Toolkit is aimed at helping parish councils and local groups understand the core principles for reducing speed, improving safety and retaining distinctiveness. It is intended to improve the working relationship between communities and highway authorities, and is illustrated with case studies and practical advice.
Traffic in Villages - A Toolkit for Communities is launched by the Chartered Institute for Highways & Transportation (CIHT), and is free to download.
Approx. 40 pages.