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Take action! Cycle safety: make it simple

Cycling UK needs your help to get more people cycling more safely.

The Government in Whitehall wants to hear what type of cyclist you are, and what you think would make cycling and walking not just safer, but also feel safer. They’re especially keen to hear from people who are less certain on our roads or who have been put off from cycling altogether.

You can use Cycling UK’s automated reply by on this important consultation:

https://action.cyclinguk.org/page/23078/action/1?ea.tracking.id=TW

Cycle Safety consultation ends 1 June 2018

PS Apologies for the late posting of this post.

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