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People cycling on London's Cycle Superhighway ©2016, Jonathan Bewley, all rights reserved
Dr Andy Cope's picture
23 April 2019

The ways that we move around are highly complex. How we make decisions about the routes we elect to use, and the destinations that we need to reach or that we choose to visit, serve to influence where and how traffic flows. Add to this more personalised factors about the ways...

Estreham Road, Lambeth, south London before
12 February 2019

To create a healthier, successful and equitable city, the Mayor of London has identified the need to reduce motor traffic, with each borough being required to write a traffic reduction strategy. There are more and more examples of authorities taking brave decisions to realise...

Photo of two women with bicycles by a grafitti'd wall
29 January 2019

In 2018 we had a flurry of activity around the Sustrans Bike Life report, and in particular the launch of Women: reducing the gender gap which highlighted - amongst other statistics -...

Image of Karen Ross
29 January 2019

'Transforming Cities: The potential of everyday cycling' estimates that 34,000 incidences of eight life-threatening conditions, including Type 2 diabetes, stroke and depression, would be prevented in seven major cities if cycling doubled every eight years between 2017 and 2040...

Categories: Bike Life Cycling Health
photpo of people cycling on protected cycleway. ©2018, John Linton,
24 January 2019

I gave evidence to the Transport Select Committee with Living Streets and Cycling UK as part of their active travel inquiry.

Our message was clear: without adequate funding, the Cycling and Walking Investment Strategy will fail.

The Cycling and Walking Investment...

Man, woman and two boys on cycle path, wearing helmets and blue tops. Tunnel behind them, rocks either side.
24 January 2019

In summer 2018, Lindsay and her family took on the (in)famous John o’Groats to Land’s End (JOGLE) long-distance ride.

Here, she tells us how they got on with this...

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