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Enhancing driving and riding skills will be vital as lockdown eases, says IAM RoadSmart

Mark Moran
20 May 2020
Cyclists, drivers and other road users will need to look out for, and after, one another
Cyclists, drivers and other road users will need to look out for, and after, one another

 

The government has signalled that walking, cycling and even electric-scooters will play key roles as part of an integrated transport network as current lockdown rules are eased. However, with most cars and motorcycles having been mothballed since late March, road safety charity IAM RoadSmart believes refreshing driver and rider behaviour and skills will be essential as traffic returns to the road.

The charity welcomes proposals for extra capacity for pop-up cycle lanes, wider pavements and...

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