Nesta CEO says ‘Crossrail for Bikes’ offer a big payoff for employers

Nesta (formerly the National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts) is now an independent charity that works to increase the innovation capacity of the UK.  The organisation acts through a combination of practical programmes, investment, policy and research. Nesta’s CEO, Geoff Mulgan explained their support: “The proposed superhighways have been long in coming but are no less… Read More

Sense International, leading DeafBlind charity, backs Crossrail for bikes

Sense International deliver services to people who are DeafBlind or who are multi-sensory impaire. They have been based in London for over 21 years. Like many organisations in London a growing number of it’s employees cycle to work. James Thornberry, Director of Sense International outlined their support: ‘We endorse the plans outlined by TfL to create new segregated routes through the heart of… Read More

CEO of Energy Saving Trust with 80 staff in London, backs Crossrail for Bikes

Formed in 1992, the Energy Saving Trust with 80 staff in London, works with governments, local authorities, third sector organisations and businesses. Their activities include delivering government programmes, testing low-carbon technology, certification of good and the developing of models and tools. Philip Sellwood, is the Chief Executive Energy Saving Trust and explains why safe cycling infrastructure is important to the trust: ‘Like many… Read More

Forum for the Future, a sustainability non-profit, supports cycle superhighways

Forum for the Future is a leading sustainability non-profit based in  Old Street. They work globally with businesses, governments and other organisations to solve complex sustainability challenges. They’ve been based in London for over 16 years. Director of Finance and Operations Rosalyn Parker sent TfL a letter calling for the Mayor’s cycle superhighway scheme to be delivered… Read More

Elfrida Rathbone, Camden based charity, backs ‘Crossrail for bikes’

Elfrida Rathbone Camden works to achieve independence, empowerment and personal development for disabled people, children and young people, parents and families. Alexis Keir, Director of Elfrida Rathbone Camden, outlined why as a employer in Camden they are supporting the new plans. ‘We are proud of the work of my team with people needing support in… Read More