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Shining a light on greater budget efficiency with active road studs

May 25th 2017 / AndrewR / Links: Road Safety Cycling

Juggling budgets is a difficult job, and the battle to prioritise spend in an age of continuing budget pressure is no fun, but we would urge local authorities to keep looking for ways to continually improve not only road conditions but also road safety within their allocated budgets.

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Helping cyclists stay safe this spring

March 30th 2017 / MichelleC-H / Links: Road Safety Cycling

With spring now upon us and mornings and evenings becoming ever lighter, many of us may be thinking it’s time to dig the bike out of the shed and start cycling more. We are all aware of the health benefits of regular cycling as well as the wider benefits to the environment and other road users that come with a reduction in car traffic. Yet, UK cycle rates remain low with only 15% of people in the UK cycling at least once a month.

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Cycle to Work Day

September 15th 2016 / Marketing / Links: Cycling

Over 41,000 cyclists signed up to 'Cycle to Work Day' yesterday and were encouraged to do so by the Cycle to Work Scheme.

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Cycle rates at a standstill—how can we encourage people to cycle more?

July 21st 2016 / MichelleC-H / Links: Road Safety Cycling Transforming Behaviour

The publication of the Local Area Walking and Cycling Statistics last week showed a very slight fall in the number of adults cycling at least once a month in 2014/15. While the decrease is small at only 0.3% we wondered why the change wasn’t in the other direction given the well-publicised benefits to cycling?

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The Zombie Apocalypse versus Road Planning for 2016

February 4th 2016 / admin / Links: Congestion Road Safety Data Management Cycling Journey Predictability

In response to a freedom of information request, it turns out that in the case of a zombie apocalypse it would be down to the local authorities, and not the army, to co-ordinate and lead the response to returning the UK to its ‘pre-crisis glory’. So let’s hope for everyone’s

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Staying safe with National Road Safety Week

December 16th 2015 / admin / Links: Road Safety Cycling Social Responsibility

One of the highlights of the events calendar for us here at Clearview Traffic is National Road Safety Week, which is run every year by road safety campaign charity, Brake. Over the last three years, we have organised a wide range of activities aimed at engaging with local schools, college

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TfL blazing the trail for cyclists – could British roads be getting safer for cyclists?

November 5th 2015 / admin / Links: Road Safety Cycling

TfL have long been at the forefront of introducing new technology to make things better for its citizens and here at Clearview Traffic, we’ve worked with them on a number of innovations and trials over the years. So their recent PR announcement about them investing in new technology to keep

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Volvo LifePaint – just a harmless experiment, a misfiring PR exercise or a serious cyclist safety enhancer?

May 21st 2015 / admin / Links: Road Safety Cycling

In a recent Telegraph article, Volvo was outlining its novel reflective spray paint idea that it is trialling in Kent. Dubbed LifePaint, the idea behind this spray paint is that it can be applied to any fabric or surface without causing any damage and easily washes out. Most importantly though

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To fight climate change you must keep the public onside

May 12th 2015 / admin / Links: Cycling

A personal perspective from Former Transport Minister and Strategic Advisor to Clearview Traffic Group, Dr Stephen Ladyman Investment decisions are always influenced by multiple factors. The Government might have a legal duty to cut carbon emissions in order to comply with the Climate Change Act and an economic motive to

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