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Final Detailed Findings Report for Marketing Plan and Outreach Materials that Promote Pedestrian and Bicyclist Safety to Different Hispanic Populations in the United States

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Section 15. Bibliography

Nhora Barrera Murphy and Richard Knoblauch. Hispanic Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety: Report of Focus Group Discussions in Washington, New York, Miami, and Los Angeles. The Media Network, Inc., July 2004.

DesignHouse. Street Smart. The 2004 Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety and Public Awareness Campaign: Annual Report and Campaign Summary. Washington, DC, August 17, 2004.

Toni Gantz, Barrett Shaver, Javier De La Garza, Larry Cohen, and David R. Ragland. Traffic Safety in Communities of Color. University of California, Berkeley, Traffic Safety Center, 2003.

Anna Hamilton, Alejandro Arias, and Annie Acosta. Highway Safety Needs of U.S. Hispanic Communities: Issues and Strategies. Report No. DOT HS 808 373. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, DC, September 1995.

Hispanic American Police Command Officers Association. Madrina-Padrino Public Safety Project: Project Description. Available online at http://www.hapcoa.org/mpp/ index.php?doc=description. In addition, PowerPoint presentation delivered at Save a Life Summit.

Richard L. Knoblauch, Rita Furst Seifert, and Nhora Barrera Murphy. The Pedestrian and Bicyclist Highway Safety Problem As It Relates to the Hispanic Population in the United States. Final Report. Report No. DTFH61-03-P-00324. Center for Applied Research, Inc., Great Falls, VA, 2004.

Mecklenburg Safe Communities. Local Research Leads to Innovative DWI Campaign for Latinos. July 24, 2002. Available online at http://www.safecommunities.net/release6.html.

Midwest Latino Health Research and El Centro Hispano. Traffic Safety in Latino Communities: National Program to Design Effective Multi-Media Campaigns to Reduce Motor Vehicles Crashes in Communities of Recent Latino Immigrants – Focus Group Results with Latino Immigrants in Three U.S. Cities. Final Report. Submitted to The Latino Council on Alcohol and Tobacco and National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. December 2001.

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Pedestrian Safety Program for Hispanic Populations. Available online at http://www.nhtsa.dot.gov/people/injury/pedbimot/bike/pedestrian_safety.html.

National Latino Children's Institute. Corazón de mi vida. Preliminary Findings – Yearlong Pilot Test. February 14, 2001. Available online at http://www.nlci.org/kits/ Corazon%20report01.htm.

North Central Texas Council of Governments. Walking Campaign Promotes Healthy Strides along Jefferson Boulevard and Bishop Arts District of Oak Cliff. Press release for ¡Yo camino – yo cuento! (I walk – I count!) campaign, Dallas, TX, September 25, 2003.

Pedestrian Safety Campaign Planner: A Step-by-Step Guide and Materials to Implement a Public Information and Education Campaign for Pedestrian Safety. Report No. FHWA-SA-03-006. Federal Highway Administration, Washington, DC.

Traffic Safety Facts 2003: Pedalcyclists. Report No. DOT HS 809 768. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, DC.

Traffic Safety Facts 2003: Pedestrians. Report No. DOT HS 809 769. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, DC.

 

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