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people locking their bikes in city street
Dr Andy Cope's picture
11 October 2018

What is the best way to make decisions about which transport schemes should be funded? When we know so much about the damage that is done by big schemes to move more cars over longer distances more quickly, how do we keep coming up with these as a preferred solution?

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the winners at the awards
5 October 2018

We all know the benefits walking and cycling can have on our waistlines and pocket, but the benefits don’t have to stop there. An active workforce is a low-cost investment that will bring about high rewards for businesses large and small. That's why we sponsored the ...

Man and woman on bikes on an urban street in the evening light
By Jon Usher,
3 October 2018

The Bristol Transport Strategy consultation launched last week, and I can hear you asking - ‘so what?’.

While it might not strike you as the most scintillating news, this...

Mother and children in school uniforms pushing their bikes outside school
1 October 2018

This week there has been a lot of publicity around Stanley Park High in Carshalton, South London, which has enforced a new registration scheme that requires all of its pupils to carry number plates on their bikes.

Similar stories have also emerged of schools banning...

Categories: Schools Young people
Liz McTernan using her adapted bike
26 September 2018

Ahead of her biggest challenge yet, world ranked Para-cyclist and Hand cycling Triathlete Liz McTernan tells her inspiring story of how she's facing adversity head on through cycling, following a life-threatening spinal cord injury.

Like most people, I learnt to ride a...

Categories: Cycling Lifestyle
man with pushchair and child on bike crossing road
24 September 2018

The launch of the Safer Streets Bill to make 20mph the standard speed on residential streets in Scotland is great news for people who walk and cycle.

When it comes to saving lives and reducing injury on our roads, the benefits of 20mph speed limits are well known but...

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