Commitment to Cycling

Vote Bike
Vote Bike - 25 Mar 2015 - Campaign
As the General Election looms, which parliamentary candidate in your area will do the most to support cycling?

 
 
Parliament
National transport policy and cycling - 13 Mar 2015 - Campaigning Views
The huge benefits of cycling can be maximised by giving it a central role in national transport policy.

 
 
John Humphrys chairing The Big Cycling Debate
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.

 
 
East Sussex CTC and 1066 Cycle Club writing to councillors
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.

 
 
CTC member and Bishop of Ramsbury on his Pashley
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.

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

 
 
Cycling through a new development
National planning policies - 11 Feb 2015 - Campaigning Views
Planning policies and decisions can make all the difference to how people choose to make their journeys - i.e. whether to drive or to travel more sustainably by cycle or on foot.

 
 
Cyclist outside the Royal Courts of Justice
New figures show that cyclist casualty numbers, particularly serious cyclist casualties, are still rising more steeply than cycle use.

 
 
Image of the iconic Embankment section of the east-west  Cycle Superhighway
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”.

 
 
Cycling in town
Cycling and local transport - 26 Jan 2015 - Campaigning Views
To maximise cycling's benefits for local communities, councils should give it a central role in their transport plans and link it strongly with other policies and strategies.

 
 
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