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Camera & rear light combo aims to change driver behaviour

Camera & rear light combo aims to change driver behaviour

Fly6 aims to stop drivers picking their noses (oh, and provide video evidence of bad driving). It's launching on Kickstarter.
Carlton Reid
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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

Robert Goodwill, minister for road safety and for cycling, to go on tour of London's most dangerous places for cycling.
Carlton Reid
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Road design standards to be updated to benefit cyclists

Road design standards to be updated to benefit cyclists

DfT & the Highways Agency commit to update design standards & regs needed to 'cycle-proof' UK’s roads, says British Cycling.
Carlton Reid
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All HGVs must be hi-vis, argues CTC

All HGVs must be hi-vis, argues CTC

Not hi-vis in colour, but hi-vis in having no blindspots. All road users would benefit from making sure truckers can see.
Carlton Reid
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DfT rolls out bicycle safety poster campaign in five cities

DfT rolls out bicycle safety poster campaign in five cities

Leeds, Manchester, Bristol, Birmingham & Cambridge will get 'Think' road safety posters (which differ from Highway Code advice)
Carlton Reid
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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 responded to the Get Britain Cycling report created by the All Party Parliamentary Cycling group inquiry.
Carlton Reid
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Prime Minister to unveil new funding for cycling

Prime Minister to unveil new funding for cycling

UPDATED: Sir Chris Hoy to sprinkle stardust on PM David Cameron's announcement new funding for cycling. Bike industry involved too.
Carlton Reid
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Make roads safer for cycling, people tell Government

Make roads safer for cycling, people tell Government

DfT has released 'British Social Attitudes Survey 2012: public attitudes towards transport'
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Gov't delivers early response to Get Britain Cycling petition

Gov't delivers early response to Get Britain Cycling petition

57,759 signatures in, Downing Street responds and says it could be considered by Backbench Business committee if it passes 100,000
Mark Sutton
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Judge cites lack of bike helmet as contributory factor in death crash

Judge cites lack of bike helmet as contributory factor in death crash

75 year old killed on her bike was hit by a driver who had killed another cyclist in 1986. Driver gets community service.
Carlton Reid
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Leadership from the top required if we are to increase cycling

Leadership from the top required if we are to increase cycling

The report for the Get Britain Cycling parliamentary inquiry calls for political leadership to effect change.
Carlton Reid
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BikeBiz called to give evidence to parliamentary inquiry on cycling

BikeBiz called to give evidence to parliamentary inquiry on cycling

Times, Guardian and BikeBiz will be giving evidence on the 'media' morning of the first day of 'Get Britain Cycling' inquiry.
Mark Sutton
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Met chief backs 'six points plus fine' for phone use at the wheel

Met chief backs 'six points plus fine' for phone use at the wheel

Two strikes and you're banned touted by Commissioner as one million caught to date marker passed; Telsis DriveSafe gets behind Road Safety Week
Mark Sutton
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Helmet compulsion jemmied into Parliamentary debate about cycle safety

Helmet compulsion jemmied into Parliamentary debate about cycle safety

Debate on cycle safety in parliament agrees more cycling infra needed but is sidetracked by call for a lid law.
Carlton Reid
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British cities, learn from NYC: tame the car

British cities, learn from NYC: tame the car

The London Assembly is asking for Boris to take roadspace away from cars. New York is already doing it. All cities should do it.
Carlton Reid
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Go Dutch, London Assembly tells Boris

Go Dutch, London Assembly tells Boris

Take roadspace away from cars and give it to cyclists a cross-party report from the London Assembly tells the Mayor of London
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Halfords: 'Now it's time to take action on cycle safety'

Halfords: 'Now it's time to take action on cycle safety'

Or in short - 'a little less conversation, a little more action please'
Jonathon Harker
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What the papers have to say about cycle safety today

What the papers have to say about cycle safety today

Following on from a horror 24 hours in which both Shane Sutton and Bradley Wiggins are crocked in 'SMIDSY' incidents, we review the national press and attitude's on cycle safety
Mark Sutton
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Cities must adapt to bikes, thunders The Times

Cities must adapt to bikes, thunders The Times

The Times says "the bike is the future" as it part funds parliamentary inquiry into making Britain 'cyclesafe'
Carlton Reid
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How can we get more people on bikes, MPs ask

How can we get more people on bikes, MPs ask

Gov't pledges to implement measures recommended by a cross-party inquiry on why more people don't cycle
Carlton Reid
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