Table 1

A sampling technique for the study

CategoryTotal pedestrian crash frequency (2015–2019) rangeTotal number of locations from phase 1 of the studyProbability of selectionSampled interview sites per category and nature of prominent road design and/or road use aroundNumber of pedestrians killed or seriously injured (KSI) at the location (n)Percentage proportion over total number KSI (n/N)100Number of respondents to interview per location
Very high risk>502 locations100%Clock tower1,2 740.18408156
Shoprite to container village stretch2,4 990.246269208
High risk50–304 locations75%Kibuye roundabout2,3 370.0920478
Mini price 1,2,4 360.08955276
Spear motors 1,5,6 310.07711465
Mild/moderate risk29–2016 locations19%Katwe wansi7 270.06716457
Traffic lights-Wandegeya 2,5,8 220.05472646
Madaala 2,7,9 270.06716457
Low risk10–1963 locations5%UMI-Jinja road 5,10,11 140.03482629
North road-Entebbe road 7, 12,13 160.03980134
Kiwatule Northern By-pass 12,14 150.03731331
Very low risk1–91497 locations1%Kigudu zone Kalerwe 2,10,12 10.0024882
Kawaala road near Yiga’s church 15,16, 17 10.0024882
Kobil Salama road4,16,18 20.0049754
  • 1Busy junction. 2 Market present. 3Roundabout. 4Taxi park. 5School. 6Factory. 7Bend. 8Junction with traffic lights. 9Zebra crossing. 10Wide road. 11Multi lanes.4 12Bars. 13Recreation. 14Slope. 15Church. 16Narrow road. 17Ditch. 18Petrol station.

  • *Number of pedestrians to interview at location is equal to number of KSI at location multiplied by percentage proportion.