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Cycling & Walking Safety Review – 21/5/18


21 May


10:00 – 12:30


Room 116, Transport for West Midlands, Summer Lane Birmingham, B19 3SD


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The event

The Department for Transport is currently running a Cycle Safety Review, and has launched a ‘call for evidence’ that forms part of a wider consultation on road safety issues related to cycling. The event invites anyone with an interest in improving safety for cyclists and pedestrians to attend one of these special events, for example age and disability groups, parents, teachers and pupils, cyclists, would-be cyclists, pedestrians, joggers, dog walkers, motor cyclists, horse riders, scooters, local, parish and district councillors, public transport operators, professional drivers and couriers

The scope of the consultation considers the wider societal benefits of cycling and walking, perceptions of safety – especially for vulnerable road users – and the common misunderstandings and differences of opinion between cyclists and other modes/road users.

Understanding this complexity, the Department for Transport is keen to engage with a wide range of stakeholders, and members of the public, and is facilitating these workshop events to discuss the issues.

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