You may remember a while back I had some success with the Give Cyclists Room campaign. I managed to get First Bus Glasgow to take part in a limited manner . They promised to change driver training and put Give Cyclists Room stickers in the drivers cabs. I tried to follow this up by contacting other bus companies and asking them if they would take part. I had a little success, with one small company agreeing in principle to take part (although they never got back to me after my second e-mail) and another wanting information on driver training. First never got back to my follow up e-mails . At the same time I contacted the Land services department of the local Council to see if they would be willing to help out (they are connected with the local Road safety unit). They actually showed an interest, and along with a CTC chappy we went along to see what we could achieve. It would seem that they are interested in helping out (there is a few things going on in the background that I probably shouldn't make public, but locals could PM me if interested). However, we all agreed, that although the current slogan was useful, it was a little simplistic and it played a little to heavily on the bully/victim aspect. So we need a new slogan. We decided that a good campaign would be positive and aimed at all road users. There would be a main campaign that would have hi visibility stickers that would target all road users. This would be something along the lines of 'Mutal respect', 'See and smile', 'When you look into my eyes - I know you care' etc. There is a possibility of hooking up with a opticians for some bus back advertising with some of this (SMIDSY, not if you went to Specsavers!) Any suggestions along these lines? (actually I just thought up that SMIDSY one, I quite like that!!) As well as having these general stickers there would be leaflets produced that would be more specific to particular road users, i.e like the Warrington bus and bike leaflet. The overall aim is to not come across as a bunch of moaning cyclists. This sort of campaign gets easily dismissed. If we target all road users at the same time, whilst ensuring that cycle specific messages get across during the campaign then we hope to avoid the 'bloody cyclists' reaction. Anyway none of this is certain as it depends on funding (new financial year approaches) and agreement about the exact type of campaign. However, I will continue to be involved and I will certainly push for something positive with this. I posted this here and not in campaign as it is relevant to commuters and there are more people viewing this forum. I hope admin doesn't mind.