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Evening Standard: "Charity's plan to create cycle lane within half a mile of every home in London"

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"Every household in London would be within half a mile of a cycle lane under an £80 million plan published today to create the world’s biggest urban network for bicycle users by 2020.

"Transport charity Sustrans is in talks with City Hall to revolutionise cycling in the capital, with a 1,000km network being built using some of the £900 million-plus fund secured by the Mayor for cycle schemes over the next decade.

"The project would require minor upgrades to roads over eight years, with the £10 million-a-year cost being shared between Transport for London, councils and the Big Lottery Fund."

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