Tag Archives: Cycling UK

What does the 2020 Budget mean for cycling?

Making it easier for people to travel healthy needs to be a priority of the Government for the long-term health of our society and economy – in order to fight climate change, rising levels of congestion, toxic air, inactivity and social isolation. The 2020 Budget, announced yesterday, allocated £27 billion …

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Nominations open for 2020’s ‘100 Women in Cycling’

Cycling UK has launched its annual search for 100 Women in Cycling, to help inspire more women to cycle and close the gender gap. Latest figures suggest that in England, men made 2.5 times as many cycle trips as women and cycled 3.6 times as many miles. Cycling UK programme …

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Renewed Scottish cycling budget a “breakthrough”

The £15 million increase in the Scottish Budget for cycling and walking is a “breakthrough” for the country’s potential for carbon footprint renewal, according to Cycling UK. The extra investment in active travel is the result of an eventual agreement between the Government and the Scottish Green Party, which was …

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