||American Association of State Highway & Transport
||Body that sets US cycling and road standards
||All-Party Parliamentary Cycling Group
||Group of MPs and Lords to support cycling.
||Bicycle Helmet Initiative Trust
||Body campaigning for mandatory cycle helmet wearing
||Bicycle Helmet Research Foundation
||Body that reviews current information relating to helmet wearing
||Bicycle User Group
||An employer-based group to promote cycling, especially for work-related journeys
||Cyclists Parliamentary Action Group
||Former joint body representing UK cycling organisations in dealings with UK Government. Similar function now performed by UKCA.
||Campaign for Better Transport
||National organisation campaiging for sustainable transport
||Cycle Campaign Network
||Former operational name of cyclenation
||The Federation of Cycle Campaign Groups in the UK
||Committee for Integrated Transport
||Former Body appointed by Government to oversee transport policy
||Council for the Protection of Rural England
||Has sustainable transport remit.
||National Cycling Charity.
||Department of Environment, Transport & Regions
||Superseded by DfT for transport role
||Department for Transport
||Name since 2002
||Department of Transport
||Department of Trade and Industry
||Department of Transport, Local Government & Regions
||Superseded by DfT for transport
||Department of Transport
||Executive body of the European Union
||European Cyclists Federation
||Federation of European cycling groups. Cyclenation is a member.
||Early Day Motion
||Petition originated and signed by MPs to indicate support for a particular topic
||Software used by large pro-cycling groups (and others) to run campaigns,
||Environmental Transport Association
||Sustainable competitor to AA and RAC. Offers Cycle Insurance and Breakdown Cover.
||The European Union is a politico-economic union of 28 member states that are primarily located in Europe.
||Greater London Authority
||Regional government for London, headed by the Mayor
||Government agency responsible for trunk roads
||Local Transport Plan
||Plan submitted by local authorities to obtain central Government funding
||National Cycling Forum
||Former body overseeing progress on the National Cycling Strategy. Became Cycling England which was abolished in 2010.
||National Cycling Strategy
||Strategy launched in 1996 to boost cycling use in UK. This was cancelled when the National Cycling Forum was ablolished
||Parliamentary Advisory Committee on Transport Safety
||Oversees road safety issues
||Royal Automobile Club
||Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents
||National safety body
||Standing Advisory Committee on Transport
||Body to advise on transport policy (no longer extant)
||Slower Speeds Initiative
||Body campaigning for lower traffic speeds
||Form filled in by police after traffic crashes involving injury. Used as basis for casualty statistics.Should have been renamed Stats 20 for the 21st Century but never was it seems
||National Charity promoting walking and cycling.
||Space 4 Cycling
||National campaign running in 2013-5 to lobby for greater political support for cycling. .
||Transport for London
||Part of Greater London Authority responsible for the capital's transport
||Transport Research Laboratory
||Principal transport research body, based in Crowthorne
||UK Cycling Alliance
||Liaison body for main UK cycling groups. Cyclenation is a member.
||World Health Authority
||Under the auspices of the United Nations