Stop at red (stopatred.org.nz) is a campaign to reduce crashes and improve the status of cycling in the eyes of the public and policy-makers, and to tackle the attitudes of those cyclists whose behaviour perpetuates the image of cyclists as irresponsible.
I'd like to hear your views.
Do you think it will make any difference to cyclists running red lights?
Will it improve the status of cycling in the eyes of the public and policy-makers?
What are the best ways to deliver the campaign messages?
CAN website including online pledge form
CAN Facebook pages
online video clips
articles in CAN's magazine, Chainlinks
distribution of printed material such as stickers
cycle training programmes
local meetings and cycling events