PTW Riders: improving safety and reducing collisions and casualties

Delivered online 8 - 26 March 2021

As all road safety professionals know, PTW riders are at a significantly higher risk of being involved in fatal or serious road injury collision than other road users.

DfT figures show that in 2019, 336 PTW riders were killed on roads across Great Britain, 19% of all fatalities.

In the same year there were 6,198 killed and seriously injured PTW casualties and a total of 16,224 casualties. This equates to a casualty rate of 5,051 per billion miles - compared to 195 among car occupants.

This online event will comprise a mix of presentations, discussion sessions and podcasts featuring experts from academia, road safety and the PTW sector - outlining the measures they think we should be taking to help reduce collisions and casualties among PTW riders.

The event, which is being organised by Road Safety GB, will be aired free-to-all during March 2021, commencing Monday 8 March.

For more information contact either Edward Seaman or Nick Rawlings by email or on 01379 650112.

The programme

Pre-recorded presentations, live discussion session(s) and podcasts

The programme for this event will comprise a mix of pre-recorded presentations, live discussion session(s) and podcasts – all aired free to view by all during March 2021.

More about the presentations


February 2021


We are grateful to the following organisations for their generous support for this event, which is much appreciated.