To understand the impact of the new Teen Road Safety campaign in its current format
To explore the extent to which Transport for London's potential use of Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and mobile network connection data raises privacy concerns for customers and in what ways use of location data could benefit customers.
To understand the younger driver mindset (particularly attitudes to driving, risk and speed) and to explore motivating factors for staying safe (May 2013)
To explore how to best communicate with older pedestrians in order to help reduce casualties (April 2013)
To test advertising ideas designed to encourage powered two-wheeler riders to reduce their speed (February 2013)
Annual survey to measure perceptions of, and attitudes towards, issues of safety and security when travelling in London
Ongoing monitor of the impact of concerns about crime and anti-social behaviour on Londoners' public transport use, identifying and prioritising key issues for improvement (January 2013)
To understand customer views towards the new LED street lights (March 2011)
Ongoing monitor of the the impact of concerns about crime and antisocial behaviour on Londoners' public transport use, identifying and prioritising key issues for improvement (October 2010)
Evaluate the roadside safety mirror trial and assess awareness among Large Goods Vehicles (LGV) drivers, car drivers and cyclists (September 2010)
Explore response to new STaN executions, to discourage people from taking illegal cabs (September 2010)
Pre-testing two creative approaches to provide guidance for development of the campaign (May 2010)
Evaluate the effectiveness of the three Road Safety theatrical plays (April 2010)
Understanding the risk behaviours of scooter and moped riders and identify the motivators, barriers and influencers (April 2010)
Understanding older drivers, their attitudes to safety and risk on the road, and giving up driving (April 2010)
Explore the mindset of tourists towards pedestrian safety when visiting London, and understand potential reasons for a poorer pedestrian road safety record amongst tourists (March 2010)
Pre-test of the creative approach amongst the key target audiences and evaluation of additional ideas (March 2010)
Attitudes and behaviours of cyclists and Heavy Goods Vehicle drivers regarding road safety (March 2010)
Awareness and impact of the trial change in footpath street lighting to LED lights, especially any impact on perceptions of security (December 2009)
Drivers' and managers' experiences of using ISA systems in council vehicles (December 2009)
Development of communications for the Safer Travel at Night campaign (September 2009)
Following a change in policy, count of passengers at the marshalled rank in Cranbourn St. (July 2009)
Awareness and importance attached to customers' perceptions of traffic safety cameras among Londoners (April 2009)
Assessment of Pass Plus applicants' views of the scheme and its impacts one year after application (April 2009)
How young women decide how to get home late at night and how aware they are of the risks of their late night travel options (March 2009)
Bus drivers' perceptions of crime and antisocial behaviour, and awareness of enforcement initiatives on their bus routes (February 2009)
To inform the Teen Road Safety campaign proposition and advertising development (January 2009)
Research into what our customers think and how they behave helps us identify their key issues, areas for improvement and allows us to seek their views on new initiatives to inform our decision making.
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