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Give councils moving traffic offence enforcement powers, say cyclists

The Cambridge Cycling Campaign is calling on the DfT to reconsider its decision not to give English traffic authorities outside London the powers to enforce moving traffic offences such as yellow box junction offences, and the infringement of mandatory cycle lanes and advanced stop boxes for cyclists.

Transport minister Norman Baker wrote to the Local Government Association last autumn to say the Government would not be enacting part 6 of the Traffic Management Act 2004, which contains the...

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