The government owned company will join the National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC) and the Motorcycle Industry Association (MCIA) as an equal partner in facilitating practical changes to roads, as detailed in a jointly written whitepaper: ‘Realising the Motorcycling Opportunity: A Motorcycle Safety and Transport Policy Framework’.
The Framework calls for motorcycles and scooters to be included in mainstream transport policy and for rider safety to be consistently factored into national road design, which has not been the case in the past.
The partnership and whitepaper will be launched this evening to MCIA members at the Association's annual conference, which takes place at the NEC, after Motorcycle Live and will have a parliamentary reception the day after (Wednesday 23rd November).
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