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Camera & rear light combo aims to change driver behaviour

Camera & rear light combo aims to change driver behaviour

An Australian company is seeking crowd-funding, via Kickstarter, for its combined camera and tail-light. The Fly6 has been developed by Andrew Hagen and Kingsley Fiegert of Perth.

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Road safety minister to ride Brompton on tour of London's danger spots

Road safety minister to ride Brompton on tour of London's danger spots

Yesterday in parliament, MPs discussed cycling safety, spurred on by the recent spate of cyclist deaths in the capital. A number of MPs - including the road safety minister ...

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Road design standards to be updated to benefit cyclists

Road design standards to be updated to benefit cyclists

Following a meeting with Transport Secretary Patrick McLouglin with officials from British Cycling, the Department for Transport and the Highways Agency have committed to updating the design standards and ...

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All HGVs must be hi-vis, argues CTC

All HGVs must be hi-vis, argues CTC

Transport for London and the Metropolitan police run an "exchanging places" demonstration at cycle events, getting cyclists to sit in an HGV cab to see what an HGV driver sees. ...

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DfT rolls out bicycle safety poster campaign in five cities

DfT rolls out bicycle safety poster campaign in five cities

The Department for Transport is to display 'Think!' road safety posters in Leeds, Manchester, Bristol, Birmingham and Cambridge. It's the same cycle safety poster campaign used in London earlier this year.

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Cycling czar rejected as Gov't responds to Get Britain Cycling report

Cycling czar rejected as Gov't responds to Get Britain Cycling report

The Government has provided a response to the All Party Parliamentary Cycling Group's 'Get Britain cycling' report.

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Prime Minister to unveil new funding for cycling

Prime Minister to unveil new funding for cycling

Prime Minister David Cameron will be flanked by Sir Chris Hoy, Britain's most successful ever Olympian, tomorrow to announce £77m in new funding for cycling. At a separate announcement, Patrick ...

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Make roads safer for cycling, people tell Government

Make roads safer for cycling, people tell Government

According to a Government survey, one in five Brits don't have access to cars, a majority of Brits don't want more new roads, most people are in favour of 20mph ...

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