Cycle Campaign News February 2014

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Road Justice petition handed to APCO cycling lead
Campaigners hand in policing petition to ACPO
CTC's monthly round-up of cycle campaigning news.
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From the Editor

Handing in its first petition to the police was an important moment for CTC's ongoing Road Justice Campaign (see 'Headlines' below).

Prosecutors, the courts and sentencing are also in sight this year - poor collision investigation, inexplicable charging and prosecution decisions, and lenient sentencing must become a thing of the past.

Keep yourself updated and add your voice to the campaign by signing up as a Road Justice supporter.

Cherry Allan

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Act now

Email your Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC - England & Wales) urging them to pledge to implement the recommendations made by Road Justice's report on the role of the police.


Tell the Government that resurfacing works are a highly cost-effective opportunity to improve provision for cycling.

The DfT is currently seeking views on how future funding for local highway maintenance should be distributed (deadline 21 March 2014). See CTC's latest news on road maintenance and cycling for more.



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