Cycling UK has released data revealing a variation in active travel spending by local authorities across the nation, from £34 a year per head of population to just 20p, ahead of 143 councils in England holding elections tomorrow. The figures, obtained by the national cycling charity through Freedom of Information …Read More »
What does the General Election result mean for cycling?
The Conservatives will create a new £350 million Cycling Infrastructure FundRead More »
Cycling UK “alarmed” at prospect of funding cuts to cycling
The Conservatives in their manifesto have promised to spend just £70 million a year on cycling infrastructureRead More »
Cycling to the polls: what does each party offer for cyclists?
Rob Dempsey dives into the main party manifestos to see what they may offer cyclistsRead More »
Beryl to offer free rides to and from polling stations tomorrow
"We hope to encourage people to get out there and exercise their right to vote"Read More »