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In case anyone hasn't seen and signed this, please help to get to 5000 (currently 4900) signatures...

Hold Birmingham City Council accountable for the delivery of a real Cycling Revolution by:

a: Ensuring the actual delivery of its existing commitment to safe, segregated cycling infrastructure according to monies already recieved and plans already outlined. No more delays.

and

b: Lobbying central government for a further commitment of £20 per head of population designated specifically for on road cycle infrastructure.

If you've already signed, please ask any family or friends who want you to be safer when cycling to sign also.

https://you.38degrees.org.uk/petitions/stop-killing-birmingham-cycl...

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Thanks everyone!

learn to ride propyl on the roads and not like a nob head or as if you own the roads 

Thanks for that Keith. Do you think that the doctor who was killed recently was riding like a "nob head" or as if she owned the roads?

keith carter said:

learn to ride propyl on the roads and not like a nob head or as if you own the roads 

Signed - great petition

Learn to spell!

keith carter said:

learn to ride propyl on the roads and not like a nob head or as if you own the roads 

I've signed and 3 family members have too. I hope the petition makes a difference.

For more on today's slow roll and the presentation of the petition to the Mayor, Andy Street, see: the hashtag  on twitter.

     https://twitter.com/andy4wm/status/937332736804745217

     https://twitter.com/andy4wm/status/937332933978976256

Excellent coverage on BBC Midlands Today - except that the BCR spend is underestimated it will be nearer £60 million

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