27 November 2014 - 4:39pm
Construction company raises cycle safety standards
CTC’s Road Safety Campaigner, Rhia Weston, reports on her day at a quarry site operated by CEMEX, a global provider of building and construction materials, learning about the steps the company is taking to improve cycle safety.
5 November 2014 - 4:04pm
CTC mourns passing of John Radford
Friend, fellow cyclist and future CTC Councillor Martyn Bolt says a few words on the passing of fellow Councillor John Radford.
24 October 2014 - 12:39pm
Driver facing jail for seriously injuring CTC councillor
This week the driver who hit John Radford in July 2013 was found guilty of causing serious injury by dangerous driving. Michael Gledhill faces up to five years in jail and John's family a life sentence.
18 September 2014 - 11:48am
Remove the centre line to increase safety
New study funded by CTC finds 20 mph speed limits and the removal of centre-lines may be the most effective ways to reduce the speed at which drivers overtake cyclists.
18 July 2014 - 11:54am
£10 a head for cycling by 2020 say MPs
The Commons Transport Select Committee's inquiry report on Cycle Safety has been published, endorsing many of CTC's recommendations.
17 July 2014 - 11:36am
1 in 5 motorists not banned for causing a death
CTC, the national cycling charity, has analysed data showing that only 80% of motorists convicted of killing another road user have their licence taken away, compared to 94% ten years ago.
10 July 2014 - 10:34am
Put an end to over-zealous fining in London
After cyclist Kristian Gregory posted helmet-cam footage of himself being fined for straying from a sub-standard cycle track, the Met Police say they will ease off 'over-zealous' enforcement on this spot. However, Kristian still faces a possible fine, as do many others fined for similar 'offences'.
26 June 2014 - 11:18am
Say goodbye to ‘Cyclists Stay Back’ stickers
After months of letters sent back and forth between cycling organisations and Transport for London (TfL), a positive meeting was held this week to discuss how to improve the notorious and omnipresent ‘Cyclists Stay Back’ stickers.
19 June 2014 - 11:32am
German court says helmet-free cycling is not 'negligence'
In a landmark ruling, the German Supreme Court has ruled that it is not 'negligent' to cycle without a helmet, hence there is no justifiable reason for reducing the injury compensation payable to helmetless cyclists. Now, CTC says the Highway Code needs to change.
12 June 2014 - 5:01pm
CTC's Sentencing Debate sparks call to email Justice Minister
The debate on Friday 13 June highlighted high levels of dissatisfaction with the sentencing of drivers who endanger other road users. It also aimed to influence the Sentencing Council's review of sentencing guidelines for driving offences.
10 June 2014 - 3:24pm
Maximum fines for driving offences rise
The maximum fines that magistrates can impose for road traffic offences are set to rise under new proposals from the Ministry of Justice.