Leading employers from across the finance, technology, creative, education and healthcare sectors support the plans for two segregated cycles lanes in central London.
Our employees cycle and they deserve appropriate infrastructure. The quality and availability of workplace cycling influences the career decisions of more than half of employees. (Cycling and the Modern Workplace, PDF)
580,000 journeys are made by bike in London every day, increasing this number will continue to reduce congestion on crowded tubes and bus routes, especially at peak times. That means we can all get more done.
Londoners work hard and are short of time. Fitting exercise into a daily commutes makes for healthier, more productive teams.
A world class city
In recent years, major world cities like New York, Copenhagen and Paris have used cycling facilities to improve their citizens’ lives. This is London’s chance to do the same.
We love this city. We want to be able to walk, eat, and laugh on its streets. Poor air quality and noise pollution affect businesses as well as residents.
Cyclists and pedestrians spend more money in local retailers than drivers do. Increasing cycling will help support the small businesses that help our city to thrive. (The Pedestrian Pound, PDF)