Select Committee on cycle safety – your questions please

Boy, they really know how to give people advance notice…

This request came today for people to ask questions/comments on road safety to a parliamentary select committee. Submit your question via twitter , by adding the hashtag #AskCycleMinisters to your tweet, by 11am on Friday 20 April.

Further Details:
Select Committee Announcement
16 April 2012

For Immediate Release:
SCA 143/2010-12

Cycle safety

The Transport Committee wants your twitter questions for ministers on cycling safety
What cycle safety question would you like MPs to ask transport ministers Mike Penning and Norman Baker?

Inquiry: Road safety

The Transport Committee

As part of an inquiry currently examining the Government’s road safety
strategy, on 24 April the Transport Committee will take oral evidence
about the safety issues facing the growing numbers of cyclists on roads
in town and country.

At this session the Committee will question transport ministers Mike
Penning and Norman Baker, who are responsible for the Government’s
policies on road safety and cycling. MPs want to ensure that their
questions to these ministers reflect the most pressing safety concerns
for cyclists using UK roads.

As part of the evidence session the Committee will also hear evidence
from newscaster and cycling advocate Jon Snow, Times newspaper Editor
and cycling campaigner James Harding and cycling advocate and author
Josie Dew.

Submit your question via twitter , by adding the
hashtag #AskCycleMinisters to your tweet, by 11am on Friday 20 April.

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About lancasterdynamo

Dynamo is a cycling group, established in 1994, to work with official bodies, other cycling organisations and interested individuals to promote cycling as a safe, enjoyable and healthy means of transport.
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