New laws to keep cyclists road safe
Industry news | June 2020
Today, June 10th 2020, Government has announced a new set of laws coming into force from the June 22nd to make the roads safer for cyclists.
The measures are to help get more cyclists on the road and alleviate pressure on public transport infrastructure, giving people the confidence to use their bike for more journeys.
The new laws gives local authorities in England can use CCTV to issue penalty charge notices to drivers who park or load illegally in mandatory cycle lanes.
Cars parked on cycle lanes pose problems for cyclists, often forcing them into the flow of traffic. With approved camera devices, it will be easier for those local authorities with civil parking enforcement powers to take action against cars illegally parked on mandatory cycle lanes, allowing cyclists to complete their journeys without deviating from their path.
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