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Victorian cyclists have 10 days left to have their say on new road rules

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VicRoads encourages cyclists to take part in road rule survey. Cycle Traveller

Victorian road users are being encouraged to provide feedback on the state's cycling-related road rules as part of a broader review of road safety legislation.

The feedback can be given via an online survey launched by VicRoads, and will be used as part of Victoria's Road Safety Action Plan 2013-2016.

Complete the survey here.

According to VicRoads, the aims of this review are to: 

  • identify opportunities to make it easier for people to take up riding and for current bike riders to use roads, and
  • better protect bike riders’ and other road users' safety.

"We are using many different methods to do this including getting feedback from cycling, walking and other road user stakeholders and community interest groups, examining the latest research and cycling crash statistics, and conducting surveys to get the views of the community," VicRoads added.

All road users, whether they are bike riders or not, are being encouraged to complete the survey which closes on July 27.

 

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