AR2657 Pedal cyclist fatalities in london.pdf (4.99 MB)
Pedal cyclist fatalities in London: analysis of police collision files (2007-2011)
reportposted on 2014-12-16, 15:07 authored by Rachel TalbotRachel Talbot, Steven Reed, Jo BarnesJo Barnes, Pete Thomas, Nicola Christie
The objective of this research report is to support the development of the forthcoming Cycle Safety Action Plan being prepared by Transport for London to be published in 2014. TfL wished to improve the understanding of the factors which lead to collisions involving fatally injured cyclists and those with life-changing injuries. The research focussed on an in-depth analysis of collisions that occurred between 2007 – 2011 when there were 79 fatal and life threatening collisions involving cyclists of which 53 were available for analysis.
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CitationTALBOT, R. ... et al, 2014. Pedal cyclist fatalities in London: analysis of police collision files (2007-2011).
PublisherUniversity College London and Loughborough University on behalf of Transport for London
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NotesThis is a research report undertaken by University College London and Loughborough University on behalf of Transport for London.