"Street Code: Rules and Etiquette for Getting There Together"
The City of Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA issued a simple but finely executed and edited 20 page stapled pamphlet on safe road rules and road sharing for drivers, cyclists, pedestrians and and transit users. It is an example of what a local government can do to educate and retrain road users in the use of Best Safety Practices, such as the Dutch Reach which is a key teaching point for drivers in the section on dooring.
Cambridge's Street Code is also published on the City of Cambridge website as a PDF. An explanation of its purpose, organization and basic principles and its role in achieving Vision Zero Cambridge, may be found here. It was a multi-departmental project by the City, involving Traffic and Parking, Cambridge Police, Community Development and Public Works departments, and was released on 12/21/16.
The Dutch Reach far hand method to avoid dooring cyclists is described on pages 8 & 9 by word and diagram.