Witnesses will answer questions on the government’s role in the cycling debate, including the need for leadership, cross-departmental cooperation and ambitious targets when the sixth and final session of the All Party Parliamentary Cycling Group Inquiry is held on Monday 4th March in Parliament.Norman Baker Read More
Greater investment in cycling infrastructure would have benefits for public health and could provide savings for the health service, Health Minister Anna Soubry told the Get Britain Cycling inquiry today.
Soubry, who told the inquiry she loved cycling as a child and that her husband bought Read More
Witnesses will give evidence about the local perspective of cycling when the fifth session of the All Party Parliamentary Cycling Group Inquiry is held tomorrow.The Minister for Public Health, representatives from local authorities, transport bodies and cycle campaign groups will present evidence on what can Read More
The real legacy from the UK hosting the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games would be Britain becoming a true cycling nation, Olympic champion Chris Boardman told a parliamentary inquiry today.The fourth session of the All Party Cycling Group’s Get Britain Cycling inquiry focused on Read More
Witnesses, including cycling champion Chris Boardman, will give evidence about the health benefits of cycling at the fourth session of the All Party Parliamentary Cycling Group Inquiry in Westminster on Wednesday.
Health experts from within government and other professional bodies as well as leaders of sport Read More
Provision for cycling must be considered and designed into all road infrastructure as it is being planned, rather than being an afterthought, a parliamentary inquiry heard today.
The third session of the Get Britain Cycling inquiry focused on road planning and design and heard from cycling Read More
The All Party Parliamentary Cycling Group Inquiry will hear evidence on cycling infrastructure and urban design when it holds its third session on Wednesday 6th February.
Witnesses from cycling and pedestrian groups, universities, urban design and transport organisations will present evidence on segregation, junctions, signage, Read More