Whether or not you follow the progress of cycling in London, it is interesting that the city’s new ‘cycling commissioner’, Andrew Gilligan, is being candid and constructive about where London’s bike environment is, and where it is going.
Of course, he recognises that attention must be paid to both segregated and on-road routes, and particularly he emphasises the need for designs that meet international best practice, criticising several schemes already in progress, which would be already heavenly in Hong Kong terms, in that they were implemented by an administration that believed in the contribution of cycling. But the low position we start from here is an opportunity, right?
This post from ‘Cyclists in the City’ is recommended.
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