Unusual campaigning stance by the paper will reach a different audience from typical cycle campaigns. Read article
Police estimate up to 2000 people took part in a mass bike ride on Wednesday 22 February 2012 in central London, where a mile-long river of cyclists highlighted the need for radical change in many of London’s streets.
On Sundays, cyclists and pedestrians have the city’s main avenue to themselves
Families riding bikes, children on roller skates and barely a car in sight; it’s hard to believe this is usually one of the busiest roads in Mexico City. Read article
The majority of Britons believe it remains unsafe to cycle on urban roads and want major safety measures such as wholesale 20mph speed limits and more cycle lanes, according to an opinion poll.
The research, carried out by the national cycling and green travel charity Sustrans, found that 56% of people felt cycling on roads in built-up areas was not safe, and fewer than 20% regularly did this. Read more
A national system of charging people to drive on the roads is inevitable as part of a package of measures to cut congestion and pollution, the head of the UK’s leading motoring lobby group warned on Tuesday. Read article
Minister accused of failure to act as protest against rise in fatalities gathers momentum. Read article
The (UK) Times has launched a public campaign and 8-point manifesto calling for cities to be made fit for cyclists; read article