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Spokes Dunedin chairman Dr Robert Thompson said he would represent the Dunedin cycling advocacy group Spokes in a larger reference group and would inform the panel about what attracted and discouraged people from cycling in Dunedin.
He wanted to know the key safety issues that people faced cycling to work, to school and when sport and recreational cycling.
Dr Thompson said the panel aimed to deliver its recommendations by the end of September.
The Government wanted to encourage cycling as a transport option by making it easier and safer for people to cycle, Mr Woodhouse said.
The other members on the panel included Richard Leggat, Prof Alistair Woodward, Marilyn Northcotte, Dr Glen Koorey, Mike Noon, Dr Hamish Mackie, Simon Kennett, Dr Alexandra Macmillan and Axel Wilke.
Cyclists can email Dr Thompson feedback to:firstname.lastname@example.org.