1,167 cyclists visited the CLOCS (Construction Logistics Cyclist Safety group) over the four days of the recent London Bike Show.
A CEMEX aggregate tipper was one of three vehicles in which cyclists could get in the cab to see the driver’s view of the road, as part of an Exchanging Places event run by the London Metropolitan Police.
The Met had specifically requested a CEMEX vehicle used for the Exchanging Places alongside a Met LGV. The third vehicle was a new Mercedes-Benz ‘Econic’ skip vehicle with wider and deeper windscreen, plus glass doors and side windows to give greater visibility.
It was a very successful event for CEMEX with thanks going to Charlie Stanford for organising the vehicle and Julie Welch, Paul Clarke and Liz Young for helping to man the stand.