Greg Paterson is the Auckland cyclist fighting for his life in hospital. He’s one of about 200 cyclists who will be seriously injured or killed on our roads this year. He’s also one of the huge majority of cyclists that gets injured or killed through no fault of their own. What has been this Government’s response to date on creating both safer places for cyclists to ride and changing the attitudes of the drivers who are hurting them? Green MP and cycling advocate, Kevin Hague, has some answers.
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