by Laura Laker February 14 2016
The London Assembly has urged the capital’s next mayor to keep building protected cycling infrastructure to help get more Londoners on bikes.
Darren Johnson AM proposed the motion(link is external)
, passed 13 votes to nine, which urges the next mayor to continue the cycle superhighways programme and three Mini-Holland projects after Boris Johnson leaves the post in May.
Meanwhile Assembly Members voted against a Conservative amendment, which Johnson said would effectively give residents power of veto over cycle schemes. During a debate on the motion Enfield Conservatives came under criticism for a lack of political leadership on the Enfield Mini Holland scheme.