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North East Lincolnshire cycling campaign aims to boost safety

31st October 2012 | Warning Signs

Posted by Jason Nicholls

A cycling campaign has been launched in North East Lincolnshire in a bid to reduce the number of cyclists killed or injured in the region.

The Grimsby Telegraph has reported that Humberside Police have called on bikers to wear high-visibility jackets to alert drivers to their presence, while warning signs have been introduced in blackspots.

Balfour Betty will install the notices around the region, whereas the high-visibility clothing will be available from Grimsby's Victoria Street police station.

A similar initiative has been launched in Portsmouth, with Portsmouth News reporting that warning signs will be introduced as part of the Steer Clear campaign, which aims to stop injuries on the roads.

Road safety education officer for Balfour Beatty Doug Wright said: "It is important, particularly at this time of year, for cyclists to be seen on the road. Everyone knows the best way of staying safe is by complying with the rules."ADNFCR-2754-ID-801479507-ADNFCR


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