Safe and healthy modes of travel
Research examining active and public travel.
Safe and healthy modes of travel acknowledges that there is a substantial difference in fatal and serious injury risks across different modes of travel.
It involves promoting the safer modes of travel, such as public bus and train, and providing safer environments for healthier modes, such as walking and cycling.
Active forms of travel are more vulnerable in a collision, and Safe and Healthy Modes of Travel seeks to help make these environments safer, for example introducing segregated infrastructure.
Our safe and healthy modes of travel reports
Our reports cover trends in cycling, injuries to cyclists and research to better understand how to reduce risk.
Examining the International Research Evidence in relation to Minimum Passing Distances for Cyclists 2018
Cyclist Injury Trends 2006- 2018
Cyclist injury trends infographic 2012
Review of Cyclist Injuries 2012
Pedal Cyclists 1998-2008
These reports examine pedestrian fatalities along with pedestrian attitudes and behaviours on Irish Roads.
Pedestrian attitudes and behaviours 2018