23rd Jan, 2018

National Express back campaign to clamp down on illegal off road bikes

Aisling Kiely 15th Jul, 2016 Updated: 21st Oct, 2016

A CAMPAIGN to put the brakes on illegal quad bikes and off-road bikes has now been backed by National Express to help clamp down on anti-social behaviour.

Solihull Community Housing (SCH) and Solihull Police launched the campaign and have taken to the streets to cease a number of illegal off-road bikes in recent months.

The off-road bikers are causing many sleepless nights for local residents – ruining public parkland, interfering with traffic and driving dangerously.

Now, National Express are stepping in to push the campaign and display posters reinforcing the actions that will be taken on Solihull bus routes.

Head of Security at National Express, Tony Dallison said: “We at National Express are very happy to work in partnership with West Midlands Police and Solihull Community Housing to tackle this kind of antisocial behaviour.”

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