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30 Apr 2020

London in lockdown: What we need to do now and after the crisis to boost cycling & walking

30 Apr 2020

The Transport Committee has launched an inquiry to explore the safety and legal implications of e-scooters, their impact on congestion, and potential contribution to reducing the UK's greenhouse...

29 Apr 2020

The London Bike Show have announced further postponement of the show due to the ongoing disruption caused by COVID-19.

24 Apr 2020

Following the sudden demand for bicycles the ACT is making a big shout out to technicians that are free to take on bike building work now

23 Apr 2020

This guidance is designed to inform retailers about best practice on offering and processing ‘card not present' payments during the Covid-19 outbreak.

21 Apr 2020

While bicycle shops in the UK were always permitted to remain open, bicycle shops in Germany have also recently been reopened, as well as an increase in open shops in the US

20 Apr 2020

As of today employers can make a claim through the Job Retention Scheme if they have put their employees on temporary leave (furlough) because of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.

17 Apr 2020

The Big Bike Revival for Key Workers scheme provides funding and supportso that independent bike shops, recycling centres and bike mechanics can offer free services to key workers.

17 Apr 2020

The map now has over 1,000 open bike shops listed on it that are all providing services during COVID-19 to support people and key workers with transport and exercise needs.

16 Apr 2020

Sustrans have created an online map that allows key workers find bike offers and services in their area

London Cycling Campaign Webinar - London in lockdown

Posted on in Business News , Cycles News

London has changed beyond recognition during the Covid-19 crisis. Lockdown has closed schools and left the majority of Londoners only leaving the house for essential journeys or their daily exercise.

At the same time, key workers are still doing their usual commutes. So how do we make sure that people who are out walking and cycling are kept safe? And when we transition out of lockdown, how do we enable those who have discovered cycling to keep at it, and ensure the traffic we faced before, with its many impacts on our lives, don't return (or exceed) pre lockdown levels?

The webinar will take place Friday 1st May 2020 11:30am - 12:30pm and will cover:

  1. The public health benefits for supporting walking and cycling now and post lockdown, with Dr Rachel Aldred, Reader in Transport at the University of Westminster.
  2. How other cities around the world are stepping up to this challenge, and what the mayor and boroughs can be doing now, with Simon Munk, LCC's Infrastructure Campaigner
  3. How Brighton has closed certain roads in response to covid-19, and the legislative hurdles councils need to take on, with (TBC) Mark Strong, Managing Consultant, Transport Initiatives
  4. How we transition out of lockdown towards a thriving, low carbon, low pollution city, with Fran Graham, LCC's Campaigns Coordinator

For more information and to register click here.

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