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  1. News
    26 December 2012

    BYKER- low-cost bike hire system launched (United Kingdom)

    630 reads A Newcastle-based company has launched a new low-cost bike hire scheme that removes the need for expensive heavy docking stations. Users of the BYKER system enter their access code on the solar...

  2. News
    12 February 2013

    Scottish cycle schemes awarded £3.9m funding

    891 reads An extra £3.9m is to be invested in Scotland’s cycling infrastructure over the next two years. The money was recently announced by the Scottish finance secretary as part of an additional £21m...

  3. News
    21 February 2013

    Cities and National Parks to share bike cash

    595 reads The UK Deparment for Transport has announced a new £30m competitive fund to boost cycling in cities and a new £12m fund to boost cycling in National Parks. The Cycle Cities Ambition Grant will be...

  4. News
    18 March 2013

    London Mayor embraces Dutch thinking in plan for a cycling revolution

    483 reads A new 15-mile east-west cycle route across London, with substantial segregation from motorised traffic, is the centrepiece of London mayor Boris Johnson’s cycling vision published this week. The...

  5. News
    19 March 2013

    UK Department for Transport publishes methodology for valuing pedestrian schemes

    654 reads The UK Department for Transport (DfT) has published a method for monetising the benefits of pedestrianisation and other urban realm schemes. The method is explained in a research report...

  6. News
    02 July 2013

    Staring eyes’ poster cuts cycle thefts by 62%

    1497 reads Bicycle thefts have dropped by more than half after posters showing staring eyes were placed above the bike racks, research by Newcastle University has found. A two-year experiment on the campus,...

  7. News
    09 August 2013

    Re-write traffic rules to make streets cycle-friendly- says London's Mayor (UK)

    2367 reads Boris Johnson has written to transport secretary Patrick McLoughlin with a shopping list of changes to the current traffic sign rules, which the mayor says could improve road safety, particularly...

  8. News
    26 August 2014

    London trials new road safety technology (United Kingdom)

    1877 reads Transport for London (TfL) is testing new bus sensor technology that alerts drivers when pedestrians and cyclists get too close to their vehicles in an effort to improve road safety. Two systems...

  9. News
    16 February 2015

    London to build Europe’s longest segregated cycle lane (UK)

    1779 reads London mayor Boris Johnson has committed to constructing the ‘Crossrail for bikes’, Europe’s longest segregated urban cycle lane through central London. After receiving overwhelming public...

  10. Event
    20 July 2021

    Cycle County Active County 2020

    Lingwa English 193 reads Please note that the event originally scheduled to take place on 8-9 July 2020 has been postponed to 20-21 July 2021 due to COVID-19. Please visit the event website for the latest...