Members of Oxford's Coalition for Healthy Streets and Active Travel (CoHSAT) have submitted a complaint regarding the disproportionate focus on the negative behaviour of cyclists above the problems posed by any other form of
This week is Road Safety Week. It is a week when we are reminded of the tragic loss of life in road traffic collisions.
The road injury statistics from the Department for Transport show that of the 1,700 people killed on British roads in 2018, 25% are pedestrians, and 6% are cycle
Aged 10 – having passed my cycling proficiency test and in possession of the ‘triangle of trust’ – I was allowed to cycle to school. Today most parents would worry about letting their children cycle to school on their own as it’s not considered
How should a cyclist be lit? The law says that you need front and rear lights and reflectors to a British Standard (BS), and at the right height and position. There are rules about the speed of flashing lights as well. I also see a lot of motor vehicles with defective lights, so now is the time to check motor vehicle lights
On 22nd September Broad Street was free of all motor traffic for a joyful few hours to mark World Car Free Day. The street was open only to people travelling on foot and cycle, and with all car parking removed, people were able to wander freely in the middle of the street, and those on bikes were able to cycle without constantly being on the alert for cars and