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First 'London Cycling Campaign Policy Forum'

"London's cycling commissioner sets out in detail what he expects to see happening on London's streets over the next three years. All the right noises but now the questions are all around delivery."

Link to CyclistsInTheCity

"Last night, I chaired the first London Cycling Campaign Policy Forum, a meeting organised by Rachel Aldred of the University of Westminster, who is also leading a new informal academic cluster, the "London Cycling Research Group". Lead speaker was London's new Cycling Commissioner Andrew Gilligan.

"Gilligan also provided some updates on the plans for 'Mini-Hollands' - creating cycle-friendly boroughs in outer London. He stressed that 'Not all of the outer boroughs are interested in cycling; some are actively hostile,' but confirmed that he is expecting to award funds to between one and three outer London boroughs, from a pool of seven that have confirmed they want genuinely to embrace cycling as a form of transport."

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