Four years ago, the Government recognised that our road traffic laws weren’t working and promised a full review of traffic offences and penalties. Following this announcement, not much has happened, but an estimated 1,800 pedestrians have died on our roads since 2014, with 99.4% of pedestrian deaths on Britain’s roads involving a motor vehicle.
Now, instead of the full review, the Government has announced they will look just at cycling offences.
We need your help to hold the Government to its promise and ensure that Britain’s road traffic laws deliver just and safe outcomes for everyone.
Cycling UK have a simple online form for people wishing to take part and we urge you to have your say.