Cycle Safety Petition & Campaign
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For many Kiwis the distressing deaths of two cyclists in the Wellington region on Friday 19 June have highlighted the need for New Zealand's roads to be made safer for people already cycling or wanting to take it up.
There are Government strategies and programmes to promote cycling and cycle safety, but we haven't seen many changes on the street yet.
The Cycling Advocates' Network (CAN) is running a campaign to get its 9-Point Plan for Cycle Safety adopted by the Government.
Sign the e-petition at http://www.ipetitions.com/petition/NZCycleSafety/
Visit http://www.can.org.nz for more information about the campaign.
Contact: CAN, 04-972 2552, firstname.lastname@example.org
Robert Ibell, Chairperson
Cycling Advocates' Network Inc.A Voice for Kiwi CyclistsPO Box 6491, Auckland, New ZealandTel: +64-4-972 email@example.comSkype: dawbellwww.can.org.nz