Roadusers.net will be adding more links as the site evolves.
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The Highway Code: "adapted for online use from the Department for Transport's current printed version".
Institute of Advanced Motorists: "dedicated to increasing skills for all road users" including cyclists.
The code developed by the Freight Transport Association in full co-operation with the London Cycle Campaign, the Metropolitan Police, the Institute of Advanced Motorists and Transport for London (TfL), sets out reasonable expectations of all road users and provides a standard for on-road behaviour that if observed by all would lead to a material and enduring reduction in collisions and casualties.
The City Fix: "Sustainable Urban Mobility".
Living Streets: "Putting people first".
The Cycling Lawyer: Martin Porter's excellent blog.
THINK! "provides road safety information for road users".
Roadsafe: "Our mission is to reduce road deaths and injuries by sharing knowledge and encouraging innovation for the safe design and use of roads and vehicles".
The AA Mobile phone file: Hanging on the telephone (pdf)."You can’t “accidentally” use a mobile phone. You have to decide to make a call, or to receive one. But around 100,000 drivers at any time are making the positive decision to use a phone while driving, even though it is illegal".
There are more links on the campaigns page.
"This paper critically reviews the regulation of motor vehicles in Britain, and in particular the prosecution of drivers who kill cyclists and pedestrians".
"In this report we explore the issue of fairness in particular. We look at who benefits from our current patterns of travel, who does not, and how well the system serves the most vulnerable groups in society such as the young, the old and the poor".