More “political will” for cycling required, urge Parliamentarians
by Carlton Reid
Tuesday, June 7th 2016 at 10:14PM BST
A new parliamentary report on the current state of cycling in Britain calls for 10 percent of all journeys to be by bike by 2025 and for there to be a minimum investment of £10 per person per year, rising to £20 per person.
The report, from the All-Party Parliamentary Cycling Group, follows an evidence session in May with Robert Goodwill, the minister for cycling, and representatives from cycling organisations and businesses.