Sussex Safer Roads Partnership are providing advice and information on how to travel safely when cycling across Sussex.
From 1st March, SSRP have released helpful road safety guidance on travelling this spring, and what to expect when out on the roads during lockdown.
As the weather continues to improve, it is important to raise awareness of important road safety practices for cyclists and other road users on how to share the roads responsibly.
Cycling and walking are popular alternatives to driving or public transport, and often an enjoyable way to take daily exercise. However, it is important for all road users to make sure they are prepared for their journey, give themselves plenty of time, and to be mindful of other road users. At this time, when the NHS continues to operate under extreme pressure, it is important to plan journeys ahead and be mindful of other road users.
Resources are to be shared with the public to ensure cyclists are provided with information and resources, and the steps all road users can take to ensure they travel safely.
To keep up to date with road safety information and advice, members of the public can visit www.sussexsaferroads.gov.uk and follow @SussexSRP on Twitter.