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Road safety factsheets and ad-hoc statistics

26 June 2015

The government has published a series for road safety fact sheets which relate to specific road user groups and any one-off or ad-hoc statistics. 

They include figures from various years for child casualties, motorcyclists, pedal cyclists and pedestrian casualties.

Please click here for the fact sheets.

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