Oxford Police 'too reasonable' on bikes without lights, says transport board member

Police crackdown on cyclists riding without lights has been branded 'too reasonable' by council transport board member.

Oxford City Council board member for transport John Tanner suggests police are being ‘too reasonable’ on cyclists who ride without lights in the city, despite a crackdown on the offence.

The Oxford Mail reported that 128 of 700 cyclists travelling out of the city across Magdalen Bridge without lights, compared to 280 out of 485 four days before the blitz.

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