Cycling

Part of the debate – in Westminster Hall at 4:56 pm on 23rd May 2007.

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Photo of Andrew Pelling Andrew Pelling Conservative, Croydon Central 4:56 pm, 23rd May 2007

The Mayor of London has campaigned strongly regarding irresponsible cyclists going through red lights. Does the Minister agree that pedestrians are important road users and that they can be put at risk by cyclists who do not obey the rules of the road?

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Adam Nash
Posted on 2 Jun 2007 6:42 pm (Report this annotation)

While pedestrians should be given due respect, I would rather a pedestrian be hit by a cyclist than a cyclist be hit by a vehicle, and I hope the vast majority reading this will agree.