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Seville – a tenfold increase in cycling in a decade

GMCC member David Butler reports from Seville… Seville is ranked as the fourth most cycle friendly city in the world by the Copenhagenize index. Not because of the proportion of trips made by bike – it still falls way below many Northern European cities in that respect – but because of the rapid growth in cycle […]

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Response to ManchesterCC LSTF consultation

Manchester in Greater Manchester

GMCC response to “Local Sustainable Transport Fund Manchester Cycle Access to Regional Centre” consultation. Greater Manchester Cycling Campaign welcomes the opportunity to respond to this consultation. General Points: Manchester City Centre is still a long way off anything that could be considered cycle friendly. It fails the 8 to 80 test; Would you let your […]

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Space for Cycling ride report May 2014

GMCC’s Secretary and freelance photographer reports back from Manchester’s 2nd Space for Cycling ride… Campaigning is often about writing and meetings and responses to consultations and blogging and phoning up people and emailing and back to meeting… but its essence is to have a vision of what the world could be like and finding ways of sharing […]

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Space for Cycling #BigRide 17th May 2pm

  Ride with us to show your support and ask your Council to provide safe Space for Cycling! Meet by the lake in Platt Fields from 1pm, we’ll depart at 2pm on this route: plotaroute.com/map/2260. We’ll ride together at a gentle pace into central Manchester, finishing near Albert Square. This time there’s no party conference in town, so no police escort […]

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Designing for cycling in 2014

Download the latest design guidance documents

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