Flood of support for Cycle Superhighways from design professionals

  Support for the Cycle Superhighway plans continues to be strong among those who have dedicated their lives to design. From digital marketing and web design to award-winning airline interiors and wayfinding infrastructure, London’s creative class is unanimous in their support for safe and comfortable cycling infrastructure. The below companies have all sent TfL letters of… Read More

CEO of leading digital agency Friday outlines support for TfL cycle plans

Friday is one of the UK’s leading digital consultancies. The team have been based in Barbican since the business was founded five years ago. Alex Wright, Friday’s CEO, is a leading thinker in digital marketing and explained why ‘Crossrail for Bikes’ is so important to the business. ‘We have 80 staff, and are growing at 25% per… Read More

Orange, telecoms giant with £36bn+ turnover, calls for Crossrail for Bikes in London

Orange Group is one of the world’s leading telecommunications groups. The company’s UK offices are in Paddington, London. Christine Walser-Sacau,  Head of UK Group Functions & HR Director, outlined why the proposed routes are important to her and her staff: ‘Like many businesses in London, a growing number of our locally-based 200+ employees cycle to… Read More

Maxus managing director calls for segregated ‘Crossrail for bikes’ in London

Maxus is a global media planning and buying agency. It is rated as the fastest-growing in the world for the last three years.  Providing media planning for clients including Barclays, NBC Universal, Fiat, Vodafone and L’Oréal, Maxus have been based in Holborn for 7 years. Nick Baughan, Maxus’s Managing Director outlined their support for Crossrail for bikes: ‘Like… Read More

Saffron Digital, based in Farringdon, support new Cycle Superhighway plans

Saffron Digital is a leading digital media services delivery company. They have been based in Farringdon for nine years. Jason Keane, CEO explained the company’s position on Crossrail for bikes: ‘Like many businesses in London, a growing number of our employees cycle to work. An even larger proportion of our team would cycle to the office if… Read More

Forster Communications back TfL’s ‘Crossrail for Bikes’

Forster Communications is a PR agency based on Southwark Street, near London Bridge, and they have operated in London since their creation in 1996. Peter Gilheany, Director of PR explained why Forster Communications were backing the plans: ‘We have long been an advocate of cycling in London as it makes sense for us as a business on all… Read More