With the clocks go back and the darker nights imminent Humberside Police launched a system designed to increase the safety of cyclists on the roads of North East Lincolnshire. |
The initiative of the light cycle, which takes place in collaboration with partner organizations, including North East Lincolnshire Council, will target areas where there was a large number of accidents involving cyclists during the winter months.
As part of the campaign, the items will be high visibility for cyclists to help them to be seen driving. Monton BrandA series of signs will be posted in the worst affected areas for motorists more aware of cyclists using the roads.
South Bank Casualty Reduction administrator PC Barry Gardner said: "This initiative is in conjunction with the end of British Summer Time, when clocks will be presented and the darkest nights are upon us.
"Cycling in the region is increasing. cycling wear This may be due in part to our success at the Olympics, or perhaps because of the economic recession and the fuel cost. With this increase of cyclists on our roads is a higher probability of collisions involving cyclists.
"I urge all drivers to monitor and give plenty of space for cyclists at all times, especially when negotiating intersections. A at the nodes where you get most of our bike collisions. sky cycling jersey The idea on the basis of the advertising campaign is to encourage both motorists and cyclists must take responsibility for their actions.
"Mind the Gap" The manifesto is to remind drivers to leave space rider during an overtaking maneuver and high vis posters are there to encourage cyclists to help themselves and wear bright display lights, thus reducing the possibility of not being seen by a motorist. '
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