We're collaborating with seven cities in the UK to report on progress towards making cycling an attractive and everyday means of travel. Bike Life is the biggest survey ever conducted on attitudes to cycling in the UK. The 2017 reports will be available on 14 November.
General election 2017
We've been doing lots of work around the General Election.
With a snap election called, Sustrans along with Cycling UK, Living Streets, Campaign for Better Transport, British Cycling, The Bicycle Association and The Ramblers have written to all English MPs calling for them to push for their parties to make the following commitments in their party manifestos ahead of the Election on 8 June:
a) A UK-wide commitment to a new Clean Air Act
b) A commitment to invest the proceeds from the proposed ‘Roads Fund’ to improve local roads and streets, designing and maintaining them to be safe and pleasant for all who use them
c) To reaffirm the commitments in the UK Government's Cycling and Walking Investment Strategy for England
Now that all manifestos have been published Rachel White, Senior Political Advisor at Sustrans has summarised commitments from each political party in her blog: General Election 2017: What the Manifestos say about cycling and walking.
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