Policy Resolutions of the 2006 AGM

Resolution (Motion 3)

LCC Policy on use of cycling facilities

The LCC notes an increase in the number and diversity of people cycling on an increasingly wide range of cycles. The LCC believes that people should have the right to make an informed judgment whether to use cycle facilities or the (rest of the) carriageway. It therefore opposes any attempt, whether through the legal system or otherwise, to compel people when cycling to use cycle facilities.

Resolution (Motion 4)

LCC Policy on standard of cycling facilities

The LCC further believes that substandard cycle facilities can be worse than no facility at all and that the lack of minimum standards is leading to poor quality facilities, some of which are so bad that they are unsuitable for cycling in at all, besides increasing tensions with other roads users who may not understand why people do not wish to cycle in them.