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Lack of safety is proving to be a barrier to cycling. We need to learn from previous incidents and make changes where appropriate.

Published on:2021-12-28

Having recently settled three separate tram case civil claims, this blog serves as an update on the current status and position being taking by the City of Edinburgh Council with regard to settling tram cases in Edinburgh.

Published on:2021-11-09

Whilst overall road casualty figures are down, more cyclists have been killed or seriously injured than last year.

Published on:2021-07-05

Cycle Law Scotland support Police Scotland's safer roads initiative in Edinburgh

Published on:2021-06-28

In March 2021, Cycle Law Scotland took the opportunity to utilise online spaces which have grown throughout lockdown to educate people about the work we do. This blog is a summary of the key points covered within the webinar series. 

Published on:2021-05-17

Spaces for People – Cycling for life or just for Covid? Opinion piece reviewing the Spaces for People Campaign

Published on:2021-05-16

Lighting up those cycling to and from the Hawick Community Pump Track is essential in order for them to remain safe by seeing and been seen.

Published on:2020-11-19

Cycle Law Scotland reignite #LightUp campaign with Police Scotland's Road Policing Division

Published on:2020-11-16

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
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