Bikers to help cut road deaths
The Department of Environment in Northern Ireland wants motorcyclists to share their views about why crashes happen and how they can be stopped.
Bikers' views will feed into the Department of Environment's new road safety strategy which aims to cut road deaths by a third each year and reduce children's deaths and injuries by half.
Seamus Mullan, a biker and principal consultant for the research team, said: "We need to understand the different sectors of the motorcycling population and find out if are there certain attitudes within one section compared to another.”
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