Category Archives: David Cameron

Some local responses to the Times’ ‘Cities fit for cycling’ campaign

A letter published in the County Times of Thursday, 29th March – Safe cycling I am pleased that our MP, Francis Maude, has shown an interest in the safety of cyclists in the Horsham District (County Times 22 March 2012). Unfortunately … Continue reading

Posted in Car dependence, David Cameron, Department for Transport, Francis Maude, Horsham, Horsham District Council, Infrastructure, Road safety, Subjective safety, The Netherlands, The Times' Cities Safe for Cycling campaign, Town planning, West Sussex County Council | 10 Comments

Taking your life in your hands – David Cameron’s response to the Times’ Cities Fit for Cycling campaign

I’m grateful to the Youtube user who has uploaded this video of David Cameron’s response, in Prime Minister’s Questions today, to Julian Huppert’s question on the Times’ Cities Fit For Cycling campaign, and on the issue of cycle promotion generally. … Continue reading

Posted in Cycling policy, David Cameron, Infrastructure, Road safety, The Times' Cities Safe for Cycling campaign, Transport policy | 21 Comments