Automobile, Cycling, Road, Traffic, Sustainable transport, Walking

Coronavirus lockdown: Huge demand from the public for more and bigger cycle lanes

On Jun 4, 2020
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RT @willnorman: 🚲🚲New poll show huge demand from the public for more cycle lanes 🚶‍♂️🚶‍♂️Thousands across the UK have written to councils asking them to create ‘pop-up’ cycle lanes using traffic cones and signs. 🚲🚲 Number of cyclists on the road up by 70% https://t.co/r6IY1Zja2L
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Thousands of people write to their councils to ask for pop-up cycle lanes

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On Jun 4, 2020
@StrategicCities shared
RT @willnorman: 🚲🚲New poll show huge demand from the public for more cycle lanes 🚶‍♂️🚶‍♂️Thousands across the UK have written to councils asking them to create ‘pop-up’ cycle lanes using traffic cones and signs. 🚲🚲 Number of cyclists on the road up by 70% https://t.co/r6IY1Zja2L
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Coronavirus lockdown: Huge demand from the public for more and bigger cycle lanes

Coronavirus lockdown: Huge demand from the public for more and bigger cycle lanes

Thousands of people write to their councils to ask for pop-up cycle lanes

World cities turn their streets over to walkers and cyclists

World cities turn their streets over to walkers and cyclists

From Berlin to Bogotá there are new footpaths and bike lanes – but not in London

Third of people could ditch cars in favour of cycling or walking post Covid-19 crisis, finds Cycling UK

Third of people could ditch cars in favour of cycling or walking post Covid-19 crisis, finds Cycling UK

More than a third of people in the UK said they could ditch their cars in favour of cycling or walking after the Covid crisis, a new study has revealed.

Transport in the time of the Coronavirus crisis: what we need to do NOW.

Transport in the time of the Coronavirus crisis: what we need to do NOW.

I’m aware that most of us have, if anything, more tasks than usual to complete at this difficult time. There is also a natural reticence about “being political” at a time when many of us ...

More details unveiled on Mayor’s Streetspace Plan to increase cycling post-lockdown

More details unveiled on Mayor’s Streetspace Plan to increase cycling post-lockdown

The Mayor of London Sadiq Khan and TfL have unveiled their London Streetspace programme which will r

LIVE: PACTS ‘Streets Safe for Walking’ conference

LIVE: PACTS ‘Streets Safe for Walking’ conference

Presentation: Promoting danger reduction, active travel and pedestrian safety, in a city centre where pedestrians are the majority The Square Mile – 500,000 people work there, but the ...

London deploys AI for cycle route planning

London deploys AI for cycle route planning

The sensors use AI to detect road users and decide which mode of transport they are using. A trial found that the Vivacity sensors are up to 98 per cent more accurate than manual methods.

This is the year a major European city will ban cars from its centre

This is the year a major European city will ban cars from its centre

E-scooters and e-bikes are making traffic-free cities a reality

How low-speed streets can help Singapore make more space for bicycles and other small 10-25 km/h vehicles

How low-speed streets can help Singapore make more space for bicycles and other small 10-25 km/h vehicles

Official Post from Paul Barter (Reinventing Transport & Parking): [Note: This post is an example of the kind of thing I intend to share as Patrons-Only posts in the future.  For now, I will ...

Why US cities are becoming more dangerous for cyclists and pedestrians

Why US cities are becoming more dangerous for cyclists and pedestrians

As cities strive to improve the quality of life for their residents, many are working to promote walking and biking. Such policies make sense, since they can, in the long run, lead to less ...

ETSC PIN flash 38

ETSC PIN flash 38

“How safe is walking and cycling in Europe?”: this is the tittle of the new report by the European Transport Safety Council (ETSC) published today. With this paper ETSC calls for urgent ...

The urban design problem that’s killing pedestrians and cyclists

The urban design problem that’s killing pedestrians and cyclists

Many U.S. cities today promote biking and walking, but streets have actually become more dangerous for cyclists and pedestrians. Here’s what needs to change.