I think that the London Cycling Campaign’s Space for Cycling message is spot-on for a cycling campaign.
Note the end of that sentence: it’s spot-on for a cycling campaign. It’s exactly what a cycling campaign should be saying to the government.
In a nutshell: separated cycle tracks on all main roads, slow down and remove through-traffic on all non-main roads. In other words, “Go Dutch”.
It’s great because the LCC is saying to the government: “We want you to create safe space for cycling, protected from motor vehicles” (as opposed to earlier campaigns with similar names, which said to drivers: “please drive carefully around cyclists” and was clearly never going to work).
But ‘Space For Cycling’ is never going to get the wider public’s support, and if you think it is then you don’t live in the real world.
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