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However, if traffic speeds do not reduce then additional measures will be considered and introduced to improve safety for vulnerable road users.
Ten countries have policies to separate road users as a way of protecting vulnerable road users.
In the Eastern Mediterranean Region 45% of road traffic victims are vulnerable road users (pedestrians, bicyclists and motorcyclists).
A significant rise in casualties affecting so-called vulnerable road users was recorded with a 12% rise in the numbers of those killed on foot, while a 5% rise in those injured meant 254 more pedestrians suffered serious injuries than in 2010.
The enforcement by An Garda Siochana continues to focus on high risk behaviour, such as speeding, drink or drug driving, non-use of seatbelts, reckless driving, use of mobile phones and on identi-fied vulnerable road users, including learner drivers.
As for riding on the pavements - maybe we'll stop that practice when drivers stop cutting us up, pulling out of junctions without looking, driving too close to us, shouting foul abuse and actually start treating vulnerable road users as equals rather than targets.
But transport officials have long encouraged the use of 20mph speed limits or speed limit zones - the latter involving traffic calming measures - in urban situations where vulnerable road users are at particular risk.
Be aware that vulnerable road users including cyclists and horses are more likely to use these roads.