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Progressive Barnet uses Hammerson and Standard Life planning money for new cycle network across the borough. ("What's that?" "Oh, it's being spent on a new M1 junction instead.")

Link to The Independent

"In a bid to save lives and reduce the fear factor preventing people from taking to two wheels, Bristol is to announce radical new proposals which will make it Britain’s first city to adopt Dutch-style cycle lanes.

"The plans, being announced later this year, will see a network of segregated cycle lanes created. Around 100 miles of cycle ways will be set aside for a 'primary network' of major cycling routes, according to Martin McDonnell, secretary of the Bristol Cycling Campaign.

"Attention will then turn to 'secondary networks and then local networks' he added. 'We want to bring cycling down to the level where everybody can cycle from their front door to wherever they want to get to'."

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