Radio 4 reports on the ‘Cycling and the Justice Inquiry’

Mark D’Arcy from Radio 4’s ‘Today in Parliament’ covers the Cycling and the Justice Inquiry’

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Cycling and the Justice System – Session 2

Full details of the ‘Cycling and the Justice System’ second evidence session:

https://allpartycycling.org/session-2/

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Meeting with Andrew Jones MP

Full details of our meeting with the Minister for Cycling, Andrew Jones:

https://allpartycycling.org/meeting-with-andrew-jones-mp/

 

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Cycling and the Justice System – Session 1

Full details of the first session of our ‘Cycling and the Justice System’

https://allpartycycling.org/session1/

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‘Women and Cycling’ event

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Last week we hosted a ‘Women and Cycling’ event. A packed room heard from 10 speakers in 2 hours.

Here are 2 reports from the event:

http://www.cyclinguk.org/blog/julie-rand/womens-cycling-discussed-party-parliamentary-cycling-group

and

https://totalwomenscycling.com/lifestyle/women-cycling-discussed-parliamentary-group-meeting

Click on these links to see the 10 presentations from the event:

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Investment in local roads should benefit cycling

The All Party Parliamentary Cycling Group welcomed the news from the Chancellor of the Exchequer that he has retained the ‘Cycle To Work’ scheme, and has called on the Department for Transport to build high quality cycle facilities with the £1.1 billion fund which has been allocated to upgrade local roads.

Ruth Cadbury MP (Lab, Brentford and Isleworth) said: “The large investment in local roads could see a revolution in cycling –  I hope that towns and cities across England will get the segregated facilities that are needed to increase our cycling rates to European levels”

Alex Chalk MP (Con, Cheltenham) said: “Retaining the Cycle to Work scheme is vital for encouraging commuting by bike. Millions of people have benefited from the scheme so far and I am delighted that this scheme will continue to support the growth in cycling.”

 

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‘Operation Close Pass’ presentation

Last week the West Midlands Police Traffic Unit were presented with an award in the House of Lords from the Road Danger Reduction Forum  for ‘Operation Close Pass’

Here are the slides of their presentation:operationclosepass

 

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Dr Robert Davis (RDRF) and Lord Berkeley (APPCG) present the award to Pc Hodson and Pc Hudson.

Photo by Brenda Puech

 

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