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All Borders towns and villages will soon have a 20MPH speed limit applied as part of a widespread trial and part of the Space for People programme.

Published on:2020-10-06

Police Scotland undertake Operation Close Pass and support campaign #LightUp by handing out Cycle Law Scotland sponsored lights on the Black Isle

Published on:2020-10-02

Cycling in the Outer Hebrides was a trip of a lifetime. I would recommend it to anyone. You will not be disappointed.

Published on:2020-09-28

Cycle Law Scotland encourages other Borders firms to take up the Love to Ride, Cycle September Challenge.

Published on:2020-08-25

Zhi Min Soh’s family succeed in their Civil case against Rabbie’s Tours. Drivers must leave room for cyclists at all times and not just when passing.

Published on:2020-07-09

CLS raise £1500+ for charity and former client, Hass Peymani, uses part of his settlement to build a new business providing face masks.

Published on:2020-07-02

During Covid-19 we have become more vigilant when it comes to sharing space with others. We need to translate that concept and start safely sharing space on our roads. Presumed liability is the key.

Published on:2020-06-10

During lockdown, pinchpoints such as junctions and roundabouts have been popular crash locations. Thomas shares his top tips for cyclists to help keep them safe and avoid collisions out there on the roads.

Published on:2020-06-09

We have an opportunity to change our transport network for ever and reallocate road space. However, despite funding being made available to local authorities, we are not seeing much evidence of change on the ground.

Published on:2020-06-04

Jodi Gordon, Partner at Cycle Law Scotland, draws on the positives for cyclists and cycling in Scotland during Covid-19 lockdown.

Published on:2020-05-28
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