Do you share the concerns of many of my constituents who increasingly report 'An increasing number of cyclists seem to believe that it is their right to cycle through red lights, constantly jeopardising pedestrians. Cyclists also go through red lights and/or cycle on the pavement, both on main roads and side streets. They weave in and out of pedestrians at will, often coming up behind you with just inches to spare I myself have had many near misses. Recently I was nearly run down by a cyclist going through a red light on Upper Street, Islington. When I shouted at her that the green sign was showing and this means that pedestrians can cross safely, she shouted back that her safety (from drivers) was paramount. My neighbour was recently knocked down by a cyclist going through a red light and fractured both collar bones'. And are you as keen to protect pedestrians from dangerous cyclists as to protect cyclists from dangerous drivers?