Cycle safety is not all down to LGVs

Hailstone, Laura
September 2013
Motor Transport;9/9/2013, p14
Trade Publication
In this article, the author comments that a series of measures that have been launched in London, England as of September 2013 to improve cycle safety around the city cannot guarantee the cyclists' safety unless cyclists' follow traffic regulations effectively.


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