Apr 27, 2001
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The third annual FIM International Riders' Public Policy Conference starts today, April 27, and runs through the weekend at AMA headquarters in Pickerington, Ohio. The 2001 meeting, organized with help from the AMA, marks the first time that the conference has been held outside of Europe.<BR><BR>The agenda for the conference includes the following topics: Globalization of Vehicle Standards (from the riders' perspective and governments' perspective); Intelligent Transportation Systems (Telematics); Intelligent Transportation – The Future and the Reality; the threat of "Vision Zero"; MAIDS (European Research on Accidents); NAMS (American Agenda For Road Safety); United Nations Working Party 1.<BR><BR>For more information about how to become involved in the International Riders' Public Policy Conference call the AMA at (800) AMA-Join, (614) 856-1900, or visit the AMA website at ;