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Cycling, Road safety, Southeast England

Cycle casualties rise in Surrey

Surrey County Council is exploring how to reverse a recent sharp increase in the number of cycling casualties recorded by the police. Casualties have risen each year since 2008, with the 529 recorded in 2011 being 27% above the 417 recorded in 2008. Cyclist KSI (killed or serious injury) casualties accounted for 18% of all KSIs in the county in 2011, compared to 9% in 2008....

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