In his latest column for the Estates Gazette, Ken Shuttleworth argues that well-connected cities can meet the needs of a growing population, enhancing people’s ability to interact, exchange and innovate. He outlines the importance of cycling as an integral part of a city’s vital network, and calls for a range of reforms to cycling infrastructure in London to aid connectivity:
“[…] making cycling in London so safe and accessible that, as in other cities around the world, it is seen as an efficient and practical way of getting around every day. Existing initiatives are well-intentioned, but the fact is that it will take more to encourage Londoners to see cycling as an all-inclusive and genuinely viable transport option.”
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