Number of people cycling in England falls a year after £2bn plan | Transport | The Guardian
Only 13.1% of adults cycled at least once a month in year to November 2021 – lowest rate since survey began
A cyclist on a cycle superhighway in Shadwell, London. Cycling UK has issued a plea for proper cycling infrastructure. Photograph: Nathaniel Noir/Alamy
Boris Johnson’s “cycling revolution” has so far failed to build on the gains made during the pandemic, as the proportion of people cycling at least once a week has fallen to its lowest recorded level in England.