D-Day for NSW cyclists as stiffer penalties come into force on Tuesday

By Matt O'Sullivan
March 1 2016 - 8:40am
Cyclists in NSW face significantly higher penalties for offences such as running red lights from Tuesday.  Photo: Nick Moir
Cyclists in NSW face significantly higher penalties for offences such as running red lights from Tuesday. Photo: Nick Moir

Police are hoping for a "smooth transition" to the start of higher penalties for cyclists in NSW and have emphasised the need for motorists and bike riders to respect each other on the road.

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