|Authors:||Michael Wøhlk Jæger Sørensen, Tanja Loftsgarden|
|ISBN (digital version):||978-82-480-1161-3|
Norwegian and foreign evaluation studies and experiences with nine pedestrian measures and seven public transport measures in city intersections and shared space have been collected and summarized. Pedestrian crossings improve mobility and subjective safety for pedestrians but have a negative effect on safety. If pedestrian crossings are combined with one or more of the other pedestrian measures, this negative effect will to a greater or lesser extend be eliminated. At the same time mobility and subjective safety will be improved. Measures already being used, should be used even more while measures that are not used should, be tested and evaluated in some pilots. While all public transport measures seem to improve mobility for buses in the intersections, the empirical documentation for this is insufficient. More evaluation studies should be made for these measures.