A Review of potential countermeasures for motorcycle and scooter safety practices across APEC for project : Compendium of Best Practices on Motorcycle and Scooter Safety
Haworth, Narelle L., Buckley, Lisa, Watson, Barry C., & King, Mark J. (2011) A Review of potential countermeasures for motorcycle and scooter safety practices across APEC for project : Compendium of Best Practices on Motorcycle and Scooter Safety. APEC Transportation Working Group (TPT-WG).
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Motorcyclists and scooter riders are among the most vulnerable road users, across APEC. This report assesses the potential road safety measures that can be used to address these issues and selects measures that could feasibly and effectively be implemented across the Asia Pacific Economic Communities (APEC).
The scope of the report is confined to on-road motorcycle riding. While the numbers of injuries resulting from off-road riding (including as part of farm work) are likely to be substantial based on data from other states, many of the issues and measures to reduce trauma in off-road riding would be quite different.
A previous report described important motorcycle and scooter safety issues across APEC economies and any current barriers that might exist in implementing potentially effective countermeasures.
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