Nine Ideas to Boost Cycling in London

This Big City readers offer their ideas, from infrastructure-related to marketing, to encourage cycling among more casual riders in London.

"Richard Mann presented a solution to this challenge:

The outer boroughs are really quite similar to medium-sized cities, except for the out-commuting to central London. If some of those outer boroughs chose to follow the model of places like Oxford, and slow the main roads down, and remove the gyratory junctions, they could make cycling a fairly attractive option quite quickly."

Full Story: How Would You Radically Rethink Cycling in London?

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