asked the Secretary of State for Transport how many motor cyclists and passengers on motorcycles have been killed and injured, respectively, in England and Wales in each of the past five years; how this compares with the number of car drivers and car passengers killed and injured; and what proportion each category of death and injury is of the total number of each type of vehicle in use on roads.
The following information is available:cycle, as a result of an accident involving a motor cycle in England and Wales in each of the past five years; and what are the comparable figures for accidents involving cars.
The information for Great Britain is as follows. More than two years information or information for
|OTHER CASUALTIES IN MOTOR CYCLE* OR CAR ACCIDENTS: GREAT BRITAIN 1976–77|
|Motor cycle accidents‡||…||…||…||266||11,133||308||12,367|
|* Motor cycle, motor scooter or moped.|
|‡ Where an accident involved both a car and a motor cycle the resulting casualties are shown in both lines.|