find_bruce wrote:Would it be wrong to say "you have a great head for radio", said the pot to the kettle
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... introductory words reflected some current attitudes towards cyclists and underpin the significance of the interaction of legislative
intervention and cultural change.
The Committee believes the law will be strengthened by appropriate education and the education will
be strengthened by the message having been crystallised as law.
It was abundantly clear from the Committee’s Inquiry that introducing a minimum overtaking
distance law goes hand in hand with education and cultural change. It is this cultural change that
needs to focus on humanising cyclists in the eyes of all road users.
Chuck wrote:Paddles wrote:thanks for speaking at this hearing ITW
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