"Improving Motorcycling Safety: a Shared Responsibility"
"Shared responsibility" is the key-expression of the mid-term review of the Road Safety Action Programme, in striving towards the ambitious goal of halving the number of fatalities on Europe's roads by 2010. Willing to contribute to the achievement of this important target, ACEM organised its 3rd Annual Conference on the theme of Powered Two-Wheeler safety.
At this event, the Motorcycle Industry in Europe presented a review of its safety Plan for Action, and launched new initiatives in the field of road safety. Within the Â« shared responsibility Â» approach, the European Commission and the European Parliament, as well as National and local public and private authorities, brought their contribution to the safety dialogue.
An interactive exhibition of groundbreaking safety innovations by powered two-wheeler manufacturers took place during the walking lunch and at the end of the conference.
Dr. Herbert Diess, President, ACEM
Jacques Compagne, Secretary General, ACEM
Speeches and downloads
Dr Herbert Diess
Ms Ewa Hedkvist Petersen
Member of the European Parliament, Transport Committee
EP Rapporteur on the mid-term review of the EU Road Safety Action Programme
"Will we reach the goal of halving the number of road-deaths by 2010?"
Dr Stefan Tostmann
Head of Unit "Road Safety", Directorate-General Transport and Energy, European Commission
"Powered two-wheelers and Road Safety: taking stock - looking ahead"
Mr Jacques Compagne
Secretary General, ACEM
"The review of the motorcycle industry's road safety plan for action"
Ms Cristina Pou
Mobility Services Department, Barcelona City Council
"Barcelona motorbikes mobility framework. The Masterplan and road safety"
Mr Tony Sharp
IHIE (Institute of Highway Incorporated Engineers), UK
"Highway Engineering Guidelines for Powered Two-Wheelerâ€™s safer road design in Europe"