Commitment to Cycling

The Big Cycling Debate yesterday [2 March] proved a useful opportunity to press the three main parties on what they would do to Get Britain Cycling - and crucially, how much they are prepared to spend on it.

 
 
The benefits of local campaigning - 24 Feb 2015 - Blog
We take a brief look at what local campaigners can do to boost political support for cycling in their area.

 
 
Cycling is next to … Godliness? - 16 Feb 2015 - News
Lent begins today, and for a second year in a row CTC member the Bishop of Ramsbury has given up four wheels, to take up two for the next 40 days and nights.

 
 
Local MP for Guildford Anne Milton met with staff, members and volunteers from CTC, to find out more about what the charity does.

 
 
New figures show that cyclist casualty numbers, particularly serious cyclist casualties, are still rising more steeply than cycle use.

 
 
CTC, the national cycling charity, says the green light given today (4th February) for two central London Cycle Superhighways is “a game-changer for cycling”.

 
 
New research commissioned by CTC shows that cycling could provide economic benefits worth £248bn between now and 2050 if England meets the targets for increased cycle use as proposed in the parliamentary ‘Get Britain Cycling’ report.

 
 
Today (Tuesday 20 January 2015) CTC, the national cycling charity, launched its report 'The Economic Cycle – Quantifying the benefits of getting England Cycling' which found cycling in England could generate a total of £248bn in economic benefits by 2050.

 
 
CTC joins a coalition of cycling and walking partners to support an amendment to the Infrastructure Bill that would create a long term financial commitment and strategy for cycling and walking in England.

 
 
Somerset has became the first shire county with over 30% of its councillors committed to Space for Cycling. Since then, Hereford County Council has followed with 47% of councillors backing the campaign.

 
 
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