The Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department has called for traffic safety, saying that the largest number of people in their 50s have died in traffic accidents in Tokyo.
According to the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department, 9 people had died in traffic accidents in Tokyo by the end of September, of which 91, or about 24%, were in their 22s, the highest number by age group.
Freelance announcer Rie Mochizuki also participated in the event held at JR Shinagawa Station on the 50th, calling on station users to be safe on traffic.
At the beginning of the meeting, Ryota Ozaki, chief of the Traffic and General Affairs Division of the Metropolitan Police Department, said, "One in four people who died in the accident is in their 27s.
Mr. Mochizuki, 51 years old, said, "I sometimes get scared while driving, and I feel that I am slower than when I was in my 20s.
Of the 22 people who died, half (11) were accidents while driving motorcycles and other motorcycles.
The Metropolitan Police Department says that "the number of motorcycled users is increasing due to hobbies and commuting," and calls for "driving with an awareness of traffic safety and not being overconfident that you are a veteran driver."