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40 km/h speed limits in high volume pedestrian areas : a guide to identifying and implementing 40 km/h speed limits in high volume pedestrian areas
Bib ID 3479710
Format BookBook
Description [Rosebery, N.S.W.] : RTA, [2005] 
26 p. : col. ill. ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 1920907165
Notes

Cover title.

Spiral bound.

"Feb/05" -- Back cover.

"RTA/Pub. 04.322" -- Back cover.

"Stock no. 4722".

Subjects Pedestrian accidents -- New South Wales -- Prevention.  |  Speed limits -- New South Wales -- Sydney.
Other authors/contributors Roads and Traffic Authority of NSW
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Forty kilometre per hour speed limits in high volume pedestrian areas

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