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Urban dwellers ‘want more investment in cycling’

Words: Laura Edgar
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Residents of major urban areas in the UK want more investment in cycling and walking, according to a report spearheaded by national charity Sustrans.

The Bike Life study finds that 58 per cent of residents in urban areas support more investment for cycling, while 59 per cent think restricting through-traffic on local residential streets would improve the areas in which they live and work.Fifty-nine per cent would like to see more investment to facilitate walking.In contrast, 42 per cent want more investment in driving.The report, published........
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