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When infrastructure is built that creates a safe haven for cyclists, we see children, women, old people You only need to look to the Scandinavian countries and the Netherlands as positive examples of what can be achieved when governments choose to focus on human-centred outcomes. This can perhaps be achieved through enacting legislation that penalises cyclists with massive fines for minor traffic infringements such as not Woman sex in for bicycles in sydney a helmet or cycling without a bell attached to the handlebars.

Governments can also rip up existing infrastructure and force cyclists on to traffic-clogged roads. They can allow the police force to target minor infringements by cyclists, rather than focus on motorists who speed, text while driving or drive under the influence of drugs or alcohol. In short, a government can create an environment where the cyclist is seen as an unwanted guest on our roads, rather than as a husband, wife, mother, daughter, son commuting to work or school. To the best of my knowledge, this bold experiment is only occurring in one place on earth: Is this the NSW Government's intention?

To slow down traffic in Sydney? And put myself in danger? A lot of the joy has gone out of cycling with this punitive anti-cycling legislation. Now, even to go to the shops metres up the road, I have to put on an annoying helmet. Only Australia and NZ have compulsory helmet laws, and NSW's new fines are so ridiculous as to make the Government's anti-cycling agenda obvious. Helmets laws discourage cycling. It should be a cyclist's choice. I wont go into the highly contentious health arguments here. I am sure others will.

One or two fines and many cyclists will simply give up. When you can't pay rent or afford to eat for 2 weeks because of deliberately crippling revenue grabbing fine, you will simply stop cycling altogether. I have to ask. Is this what Duncan Gay wants? Only under 12's can legally ride on footpaths.

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