Madam, – After reading the story “Cycle helmet plea after youngster’s bike injuries” on February 15, I feel as a cycle trainer that it is important to comment on this widely misunderstood facet of cycling safety.
Madam, – Contrary to Gordon Pay’s recent offering (Real risk to pedestrians on Scottish roads, January 21), the long-term trend in road traffic accidents (RTAs) involving pedestrians in Scotland is downwards – something that has been confirmed by numerous studies.
Misbehaving motorists will be targeted next week in a crackdown of the most basic driving discrepancies.
The blast of cold weather has caused treacherous conditions on many UK roads.
Angus and Mearns Matters: Strike threat is serious as binmen consider safety first approach to shift switch
Bobbies getting younger and the complicated foreign language of youth when, it seems, if something is sick that is actually a very good thing.
Councillors have turned back from a proposal to make a busy Brechin street one-way.
Madam, – Unfortunately, Hamish Hossick is not correct in the picture he presents about road traffic accidents (Driving down the wrong road, Courier, January 18).
Speed humps could be laid on Montrose’s busy beachfront boulevard after shock statistics revealed more than eight in ten drivers are breaking the limit there by more than 50%.
Vehicles were seized and more than 130 Tayside drivers stopped by police during a road safety crackdown.
Motorists have been urged to drive “sensibly” in Invergowrie after concerns were raised about near misses with pedestrians on the main road through the village.