In 2016, nine accidents involving cyclists were recorded, 15 accidents in 2017 with one fatality and 8 accidents last year. The statistics were obtained from the Royal Brunei Police Force and the Brunei Insurance and Takaful Association, BITA. The accident statistics is at a low rate and has decreased almost 50 percent in comparison to the previous year.
The Minister of Transport and Info-communications said MKKJR’s commitment for Zero Road Fatalities, efforts are being made to disseminate through mass and social media as well other strategic partners such as holding bicycle clinics with the Brunei Darussalam Cycling Federation, bicycle entrepreneurs and clubs using the Bandarku Ceria and KB ku Ceria platforms as well as during the National Day cycling event.
Source: Radio Television Brunei