Glass on roads - whose responsibility?

Re: Glass on roads - whose responsibility?

Postby brauluver » Tue Dec 22, 2009 12:26 pm

Yes would suggest DRT (Dept Roads & Transport) in the first instance & also your local council (& even letting your local MP know)


Far from definitive, more of a vague way of saying we're not sure either, so go the scattergun approach :|

If they were any sort of advocate worthy of your dollar$ ,then they would do some research on cyclists behalf using their already established network of contacts and give a more defined response than that lame cop out.

Ever get the feeling no-one gives a s*1t
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Re: Glass on roads - whose responsibility?

Postby Dr_Mutley » Tue Dec 22, 2009 3:34 pm

brauluver wrote:
Yes would suggest DRT (Dept Roads & Transport) in the first instance & also your local council (& even letting your local MP know)


Far from definitive, more of a vague way of saying we're not sure either, so go the scattergun approach :|

If they were any sort of advocate worthy of your dollar$ ,then they would do some research on cyclists behalf using their already established network of contacts and give a more defined response than that lame cop out.

Ever get the feeling no-one gives a s*1t


fair summation i think brau
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