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A British transport minister has apologised after the use of an ad that encouraged people to use public transport to bypass traffic jams by riding the cycle path.

“Cycle lanes are the future of the road, and we will ensure they remain a priority in this Government’s strategy for road safety.” “

The ad, which ran in the Sunday Times newspaper, was criticised for being offensive and discriminatory towards cyclists, but not by the cycling community. “

Cycle lanes are the future of the road, and we will ensure they remain a priority in this Government’s strategy for road safety.”

The ad, which ran in the Sunday Times newspaper, was criticised for being offensive and discriminatory towards cyclists, but not by the cycling community.

The spokesperson said: A cyclist can be a real asset for anyone on the road.

The statement said the government was reviewing the ad and taking action. “

However, there is a difference between a cyclist and a cyclist who can be found on the streets without a helmet.”

The statement said the government was reviewing the ad and taking action.

It was unclear whether the ads would be removed from circulation, but the spokesperson said it was in the public interest.

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