Light protection vs kerb protection? Londoners have strong views

Does the new East–West Cycle Superhighway really need kerb-protected cycle lanes? While there is a mountain of research from around the world, we wanted to find out what Londoners think about different types of segregation. In our YouGov poll last month, we explored this topic by asking how much safer different types of segregation would make Londoners feel if they were to… Read More


Financial Times CEO backs segregated cycle routes in central London

The Financial Times Group has joined over 110 leading London businesses today in backing the new North – South and East – West Cycle Superhighways. With 1500 employees in London, the group provides essential news, comment, data and analysis for the global business community and have been based in London for over 126 years. Financial Times CEO,… Read More

Leading accountancy partnership Baker Tilly call for ‘no delays’ in building cycling infrastructure

Baker Tilly is a top 10 firm of accountants based in Farringdon Street with 4000 UK employees including 620 partners. The partnership provides accountancy and advisory services and have been based in London for over 30 years.  Jez Filley, the London office Managing Partner explained why they supported TfL’s plans so strongly: Like many businesses in London,… Read More