A Welsh Government bill aimed at making walking and cycling in Wales safer is being launched today.
It puts a duty on local authorities to improve conditions for cyclists and pedestrians.
Our Correspondent Richard Morgan has been to a school in Ely to speak to some of those who helped launch the bill.
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