Tuesday, 7 February 2012

Sign of The Times: Cities Fit For Cycling

cycle_logo_259013a Following a serious injury to one of its bike-borne journalists, The Times has launched a campaign to make British cities “Fit for Cycling.” What’s good for cyclists usually makes life better for pedestrians too, and it’s great to see that the campaign’s eight point manifesto includes a call for 20mph to become the default speed limit in residential areas where there are no cycle lanes. You can support Fit for Cycling, which is outside the Murdoch paywall, with pledges, tweets, and letters to your MP, here.

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