In the session "Social/Public Affairs/Datas & Studies" FIM Europe has published a new important document about road safety: "Motorcycle Vision 2.0", which contains suggestions on how the number of motorcyclists killed or injured can be reduced to reach the set targets in 2020. In fact, in Sweden all road safety work is based on "Vision Zero", adopted in 1997. The Swedish Transport Administration states that ”Vision Zero is the picture of a future where people are not killed or injured for life in road traffic. Vision Zero is an ethical approach, but is also a strategy to shape safer road transport system".
The new issue of FIM Europe MAG is online and can be downloaded here.
Among the articles, the news on the activity of FIM Europe, from the FIM Europe Sporting Commissions meeting in Rome to the meeting with ADAC, the Allgemeiner Deutscher Automobil-Club, but also the new cooperation with FIM and FEMA for road safety, up to the latest Management Council in Belgrad. As for sporting news, an interview to Mr Giuseppe Luongo, Youthstream President, who explains how he sees the Motocross European Championship, and a review of the European Trial season.