How to encourage Cycling 🚴‍♀️ activities in our communities?


#1

People who want to bike from A to B shouldn’t have to choose between comfort and convenience; nor should they be forced to risk their life.

A safe space for cycling is the bare minimum politicians can do to support them in making their city—and the planet—a better place to live.


#2

Agree ?


#3

Cycle lanes are one of the most efficient and healthiest ways of moving people. A single bike lane can transport five times as many people as a motor traffic lane, without the air and noise pollution. This is good news for everyone, whether you drive, walk or cycle – or breathe.

What’s clear from the data, though – despite occasional bizarre claims to the contrary, and attempts to have lanes removed – is that to reap cycling’s benefits you have to build proper infrastructure. But if you build it, they will come – and the cycle counters prove it.

2018 was a record year for cycle lane usage in the UK, thanks to the construction of new, high-quality cycle tracks, the growing popularity of existing routes and good networks that feed into those routes

More info : https://www.theguardian.com/environment/bike-blog/2019/apr/26/if-you-build-them-they-will-come-record-year-for-cycle-counters


#4

‪A simple visual explanation of different transport and the movement of people ‬

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