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Delivering decent cycling infrastructure shouldn't mean pedalling through a political minefield
active travel | Cycling infrastrcuture | England | Infrastructure - Transport | Policy & Politics | UK

Difficulties with accessing funding and lack of local political expertise are holding us back from delivering more and better cycling infrastructure, says Andrew Brown

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