Map your hazards and help make Britain #cyclesafe

Jon Parker <jon.c.parker@...>

Hello all,

You've probably seen this already, but if not, The Times is putting together a map pinpointing the biggest dangers, which it will then use to determine a list of places most in need of attention. 

I'd cautiously suggest it probably isn't worth putting places where the change is effectively won (e.g. Madras Place, Bunhill Row), as that will allow council to claim that they've responded to the campaign when in fact they're simply taking credit for past action, but others might not agree, of course.

Anway: get stuck in.


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From: Cities Fit For Cycling <citiesfitforcycling@...>
Date: 7 March 2012 10:45
Subject: Map your hazards and help make Britain #cyclesafe
To: jon.c.parker@...

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Dear Reader

Since launching The Times Cities fit for Cycling campaign, thousands of you have told us about cycling hazards in your area.

Now we're giving you a chance to help to get them changed.

We've created a map that allows you to pinpoint the exact junction, set of traffic lights, pothole or stretch of road that you would like to be improved.

All you have to do is go through to this page and follow the five simple steps.

The plan is to make this data available to local councils to help them to identify areas where they can improve and get more cyclists onto the roads.

Thank you once again for your continued support of The Times Cities fit for Cycling campaign – we could not have got this far without your help.

We hope we can count on your support once again.

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Editor of The Times

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