How to make cycling safe (government survey)

The government (Department for Transport) are conducting a survey asking for input on their current policies promoting cycling and walking, specifically focussing on making cycling and walking safer.

There are a few open-ended questions on these topics:
  1. Infrastructure and traffic signs
  2. The laws and rules of the road
  3. Training
  4. Educating road users
  5. Vehicles and equipment
  6. Attitudes and public awareness
The consultation document is here:
Cycling and Walking Investment Strategy safety review

And the survey itself is here:

I think there's a lot to be said about the problems with existing cycling infrastructure, the kinds of thing that make cyclists feel unsafe, and what could be done to improve things.
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