Cities Fit For Cycling

Kaya Burgess speaking at the National Dinner
CTC’s AGM and National Dinner was held this year in Sheffield. With the AGM meeting out of the way, members sat down to enjoy a meal and celebrate the achievements of 2011.

Cycling Weekly - 27 February 2012 - 20 Mar 2012 - Media Coverage
Chris Peck looks back at the recent debate in Westminster regarding the "Cities Fit For Cycling" campaign being run by The Times. - 22 February 2012 - 20 Mar 2012 - Media Coverage
Roger Geffen discusses cycling policy prior to the parliamentary debate for The Times "Cities Fit For Cycling" campaign.

The debating chamber of Westminster Hall was packed for the debate on cycling
After a hugely positive debate on cycling in the House of Commons, CTC has called on Transport Secretary Justine Greening MP to support an action plan for ‘more and safer cycling’.

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The Times' campaign to improve safety was widely welcomed and many have come out in support, but criticism of the aims and execution was inevitable. CTC's main concern is that the campaign doesn't acknowledge the health benefits of cycling.

Cities fit for cycling
Cities fit for cycling - 9 Feb 2012 - News
The Times has launched a campaign to improve cycle safety following the serious injury to a reporter on the paper. An 8 point manifesto has been published, with the focus on lorries, junctions, cycle infrastructure and 20 mph as the default urban speed limit.

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