One thousand Victorian cyclists, of all abilities, were selected to take part in this Australia-first trial. For 12 months the cyclists shared data through a See.Sense’s ACE smart bike light app.
The TAC partnered with Deakin University, See. Sense and the iMOVE CRC, to run the trial. Insights from Quantitative and Qualitative data will go towards understanding what impacts cyclist safety and could be used to help inform future policy planning and infrastructure improvements for bike riders.
Find out more here on the TAC website http://www.tac.vic.gov.au/road-safety/road-users/cycling-safety/bicycle-light-trial
Transport Accident Commission Victoria
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