London can work for the young if we hear their voices

Sarah Sands
November 2016
Evening Standard;11/29/2016, p15
IS LONDON a public transport city, a cycling city, a pedestrian city or a vehicle city? It can be nudged in different directions. I note the Lycra-clad cyclists who have switched to walking because of their passion for tracking their mileage reliably on Fitbit. You would have thought that the cycle superhighways, the continual virtue-signalling and the endless roadworks would have steered people away from vehicles by now.


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