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Cycling advocates have accused the Government of ‘tinkering around the edges’ with a proposal to introduce a death by dangerous cycling offence.
Six councils have bid successfully for a share of a £6.5m fund aimed at making cycling ‘the natural choice’ of transport.
Amey has begun work on a £5.4m project in Birmingham to deliver a 4km two-way, fully segregated cycle route linking Selly Oak and the University of Birmingham with the city centre.
Councils across the UK have paid out at least £43m on compensation claims from potholes over the last five years, according to a cycling charity.
Nearly 400 cyclists have been killed or maimed over the last decade due to poorly maintained local roads, new figures reveal.
Ministers are inviting eight English cities to bid for a share of £6.5m to improve safety for cyclists as part of the Government’s controversial cycle safety review.
Mansfield's District Council has relaxed its 24-hour ban on cycling in the town centre, which it said was introduced ‘to tackle anti-social cycling at busy times’.
Members of the London Assembly have accused mayor Sadiq Khan of putting cars before people and failing to make sure his 'healthy streets' policy is successful.
Premature deaths from air pollution could have been dramatically cut if official targets to get more people to walk and cycle had been met, campaigners claim.
Most people think more space should be given to cyclists on roads even when it means less room for other traffic, according to a survey.