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  1. Political parties quizzed on their cycling commitments

    getting at least £22m and the other five cities were all getting what they had asked for. There was also ... by HGVs, make cycle training available for all, and reform the way the justice system responds to road ... their colleagues in other government departments on promoting the full range of cycling's benefits,  e.g. from ...

    Roger Geffen - 19 May 2017 - 11:53

  2. Was 2012 the year when we finally started to 'Get Britain Cycling'?

    to seize on these and every other new opportunity that may arise over the course of 2013. Let’s keep those ... encouraged them among other things to call for 20mph speed limits, cycle safety improvements at key ... for a 3-hour  parliamentary debate on cycling. CTC linked up with the other key cycling stakeholders (Sustrans, ...

    Roger Geffen - 19 May 2017 - 11:53

  3. 'Get Britain Cycling' inquiry examines cycling strategy

    other cycling groups, experts and journalists to call for cabinet-level leadership to promote more ... lead to increases in cycling. Several panellists called for cycling to be considered in all relevant ... measures that are needed to create the conditions which will allow cycling to flourish. Expert views Other ...

    Chris Peck - 19 May 2017 - 11:53

  4. Celebrating cycling in Sheffield at the National Dinner

    Volunteer of the Year 2011 for her tireless work leading and organising rides. Runner-ups Andrew Abbess ... and economic issues through cycling and training is the main target of the project. John Whiteley was awarded ...

    Therese Bjorn - 15 Nov 2018 - 12:09

  5. Cities fit for cycling

    campaign to increase safety for cyclists in Britain. In doing so they have taken advice from CTC and other ... they have taken advice from CTC and other organisations and come up with an 8 point manifesto for action. ... or fitted with priority traffic lights for cyclists, plus other safety measures. Since almost three quarters ...

    Chris Peck - 19 May 2017 - 11:53

  6. All Party Parliamentary Cycling Group launches 'Get Britain Cycling' inquiry

    and February 2013. The APPCG's report- which will be drafted by leading transport academic Prof Phil ... private sector funding into provision of cycle schemes; improve driver and cycle training; employ ...

    Chris Peck - 19 May 2017 - 11:53

  7. Lorry driver in Mary Bowers case receives ‘insulting’ £2,700 fine for careless driving

    insult…inconceivable that a verdict other than dangerous driving was reached." This sentence contrasts heavily ... with the sentence received by a Merseyrail train guard who was convicted of manslaughter after he allowed a train ... to move away from the station whilst a teenage girl was leaning against it. The train guard was sentenced ...

    RhiaFavero - 15 Nov 2018 - 12:15

  8. Labour promises push on cycling

    stations and on trains to accommodate cyclists.  The Shadow Secretary suggested that England should learn ...

    Chris Peck - 19 May 2017 - 11:53

  9. Government inaction on road safety costing lives

    CTC and other organisations have been pushing authorities to do more to adopt 20 mph as the standard ... successfully with lower speed limits (like Portsmouth or Bristol), many others refuse to acknowledge the huge ... Finally, on 20 mph as in so many other things, resources are required to achieve results. At the same time ...

    Chris Peck - 19 May 2017 - 11:53

  10. Road safety inquiry highlights lack of Government leadership on cycling

    increased amongst other road user groups, with a 6% increase in car occupant serious injuries and a 12% ... increasing faster than cycle use and with worsening safety for other road users too, it is clear ...

    Chris Peck - 19 May 2017 - 11:53

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