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PTW Seminar Coventry - 3 Feb 2010

4 October 2009

Road Safety GB’s Powered Two Wheeler (PTW) Advisors are organising a seminar on Wednesday 3rd February 2010 to showcase best practice measures in education, engineering, & enforcement being undertaken to improve the safety of and for PTW users throughout the UK.

The invited speakers include the partnership organisations which have recently been awarded DfT grant funding for PTW casualty reduction initiatives in their area, along with TfL providing an update its involvement in the e-SUM project (European Safer Urban Motorcycle project) and their best practice guide, and the Driving Standards Agency providing clarification of the implications to the future of motorcycling as a result of the introduction 3DLD (the Third Driving Licence Directive).

Nettle Hill Conference Centre, Ansty, Coventry CV7 9JL

For more details please contact:

Marilyn.Cranfield@tfl.gov.uk of the London Road Safety's Motorcycle Unit

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