This Sunday, 20th November, is the World Day of Remembrance for road traffic victims. Badly designed roads kill and harm everybody, not just cyclists, and we urge everyone to do something to mark the 55,000 people who’ve died on Britain’s roads since the day was first introduced by Road Peace in 1993. There will be a number of official events and services on Sunday, and tonight at Bow Roundabout there will be a candlelit vigil to remember the two cyclists who died there. Or simply take a moment on Sunday yourself to reflect on the many – the far too many – who have died.