Grant agreement

The work presented in this document is supported by the European Union’s Directorate-General for Mobility and Transport – Directorate C: Innovative & sustainable mobility (C.4 Road Safety) (Grant agreement MOVE/C4/SUB/2010-125/SI2.603201/RIDERSCAN). The content of this document is the sole responsibility of the Federation of European Motorcyclists’ Associations (FEMA) and it does not represent the opinion of the European Union and the European Union is not responsible or liable for any use that might be made of information contained herein.

Swiss Authorities publish Guide for Motorcycle-friendly Infrastructure

The Swiss Department of Environment and Transport published a guide of recommendations regarding road infrastructures and the safety of motorcyclists. This detailed document - intended for federal, cantonal and local officials as well as construction and planning specialists - aims to point out the main deficiencies of infrastructures. Its goal is to provide relevant analysis and solutions in order to reduce the amounts of road accidents involving motorcycles. The document is available in French, German and Italian. Read more

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Project Partners

  • European Commission
  • European Parliament
  • AMDM (Assurance Mutuelle des Motards)
  • ACEM (The Motorcycle Industry in Europe)
  • GDV (German Insurance Association)

Expert Group Members

  • IFSTTAR (France)
  • CIECA (Europe)
  • FEHRL (Europe)
  • NTUA (Greece)
  • Local Transport Project (United Kingdom)
  • RAMBOLL (Finland)
  • Assurance Mutuelle des Motards (France)
  • Ministry of infrastructure and the Environment (the Netherlands)

Activities Partners

  • NMCU (Norway)
  • AMM (Spain)
  • AMDM (France)
  • Motothesis (Greece)
  • MOTOE (Greece)
  • Slovenian Traffic Safety Agency (Slovenia)
  • MAG NL (The Netherlands)
  • SMC (Sweden)
  • GSM (Italy)
  • FFMC (France)
  • MCTC (Denmark)
  • Smoto (Finland)
  • FMP (Portugal)
  • NTUA (Greece)
  • UNIFI (Italy)

Media Partners

  • (Spain)
  • MC-Folket (Sweden)
  • Moto Magazine (France)
  • Motorrad (Germany)
  • IFZ (Germany)
  • Ride Magazine (United Kingdom)
  • MotoTriti (Greece)
  • Motorrijder (Belgium)
  • Bike (Finland)
  • Touring NYT (Denmark)
  • (Portugal)
  • (Poland)