1,000 strong Progressive Media Group backs new Cycle Superhighways

Progressive Media Group is a privately held group of companies including Global Data, Timetric and Progressive Media International. The group spans media, business information services, technology and communications and counts 80% of Fortune 500 as its clients. Andy Hunt, Chairman of the 1000-strong Progressive Media Group outlined their support: ‘Cycling safety needs a higher profile. Progressive Media… Read More

UBM PLC – £1.4 bn business back cycling infrastructure plans

UBM plc is a leading Events and digital media business based in London with over 5,000 staff worldwide and valued at over £1bn.  They provide business-to-business information and marketing via a range of media including exhibitions, digital and print publications. UBM have been based in Blackfriars, London for over 25 years. Dermot Hughes, Head of Facilities at UBM, explained why the company was… Read More

Time Out – Five things about the Mayor’s plans

Courtesy: Time Out, 2014 1) The 18-mile east–west route (which connects with existing cycle superhighways at Tower Hill and Westbourne Terrace) will be Europe’s longest ‘substantially segregated’ urban cycleway. (Picture: New Bridge Street, looking north.) 2) The north–south route runs from King’s Cross to Elephant & Castle, crossing the Thames at Blackfriars Bridge, where it will also intersect with the… Read More