Tag Archives: Highway Code

Long-term Highway Code awareness campaign needed for ‘mindset shift’, says Cycling UK

The updated Highway Code set to come into effect this weekend could create a “mindset shift” that will make the roads safer for everyone, said Cycling UK, but the charity has warned that this will only be possible if the changes are communicated by the government as part of a …

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Highway Code changes a ‘hugely important step’ towards making roads safer for everyone, says Cycling UK

The latest changes to the Highway Code are a “hugely important step” towards making the roads safer for everyone, Cycling UK has said. The changes, which are designed to enhance safety for all road users, particularly those most at risk, are set to come into effect from 29th January. If approved …

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Highway code amendments challenge ‘might is right’ mindset on our roads, says Cycling UK

Cycling UK has welcomed the Government’s latest amendments to the Highway Code that were presented to MPs and Lords in Parliament today, 1st December. The charity, which has campaigned for an update of the Highway Code for the last ten years, said that once these changes are part of the …

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Cycling UK launches campaign to support proposed Highway Code changes

Cycling UK is calling on Britain’s cyclists to support ten key changes to the code to make cycling safer, following the Government’s new consultation on the Highway Code launched earlier this week. The ten changes include clearer guidance on overtaking cyclists (Rule 163), advice on the use of the Dutch …

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