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Motorcycle Safety Action Plan (for London): TfL

30 March 2015

This Motorcycle Safety Action Plan, the first of its kind in London, is designed to directly reduce the number of collisions involving motorcyclists and scooter riders.

The plan was compiled by TfL working with representatives from the motorcycle industry and is based on detailed analysis of the risks and challenges faced by riders in London. It outlines 29 key actions to directly target the key factors in collisions.

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