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Regular news: Issue 591 2 Mar 2012

City cycling commissioners a good idea, says Baker

During last week’s debate in Parliament, transport minister Norman Baker responded to the eight-point plan in The Times’ Cities fit for Cycling campaign as follows:

Lorries entering the city centre should be required by law to fit sensors, audible turning alarms, extra mirrors and safety bars to stop cyclists being thrown under the wheels

Baker said roads minister Mike Penning was leading discussions in Europe to help cut HGV accidents caused by poor visibility....

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