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Bike Data - Data to Support Getting More People CyclingBike Data - Data to Support Getting More People Cycling

London Sport
Created a year ago
This resource, created by Cycle Streets, supports Londoner's ability to cycle safely within the capital. The map includes details of bike sharing facilities, collisions, traffic, pop up cycle ways and more.This resource, created by Cycle Streets, supports Londoner's ability to cycle safely within the capital. The map includes details of bike sharing facilities, collisions, traffic, pop up cycle ways and more.

Walking and Cycling StatisticsWalking and Cycling Statistics

London Sport
Updated a year ago
This statistical release presents information on walking and cycling in England using two main sources: the National Travel Survey (NTS) and the Active Lives Survey (ALS). Some key uses of the data include: describing patterns in walking and cycling, monitoring trends and contributing to evaluation of policies. The report summarises figures in walking and cycling throughout England, as well as trends, local authority figures and factors...This statistical release presents information on walking and cycling in England using two main sources: the National Travel Survey (NTS) and the Active Lives Survey (ALS). Some key uses of the data include: describing pa...

Travel in London - Report 12Travel in London - Report 12

London Sport
Created a year ago
Travel in London is TfL’s annual publication that summarises trends and developments relating to travel and transport in London. Its principal function is to describe how travel is changing and to provide an interpretative overview of progress towards implementing the Mayor’s Transport Strategy, to inform future policy development. It also provides an evidence and analysis base for the general use of stakeholders and policymakers whose ...Travel in London is TfL’s annual publication that summarises trends and developments relating to travel and transport in London. Its principal function is to describe how travel is changing and to provide an interpretati...

Cycling for everyone: A Guide for Inclusive Cycling in Cities and TownsCycling for everyone: A Guide for Inclusive Cycling in Cities and Towns

London Sport
Created a year ago
The objective of this guidance is to help make cycling attractive and accessible to everyone. Cycling can help people access the things they need: work, education, food, health services and recreation. Cycling can benefit physical and mental wellbeing and help reduce social and economic inequity. However, many people are currently excluded from cycling. Despite a large appetite from different demographic groups to start cycling, 85% of ...The objective of this guidance is to help make cycling attractive and accessible to everyone. Cycling can help people access the things they need: work, education, food, health services and recreation. Cycling can benefi...

2020 Healthy Streets Scorecard2020 Healthy Streets Scorecard

London Sport
Created a year ago
The Healthy Streets Scorecard ranks London Boroughs on how healthy their streets are according to nine indicators (four ‘outcome’ and five ‘input’ indicators). By combining the indicator scores, each borough is given a final Healthy Streets score.  When comparing the current data to that of 2019 (reflecting changes during the year up to March 2020, and before boroughs started to put in place emergency measures in response to the Covid-1...The Healthy Streets Scorecard ranks London Boroughs on how healthy their streets are according to nine indicators (four ‘outcome’ and five ‘input’ indicators). By combining the indicator scores, each borough is given a f...

Bike Is Best – Statistics Overview on the British Public’s Perception of Active Travel Bike Is Best – Statistics Overview on the British Public’s Perception of Active Travel

London Sport
Created a year ago
This report highlights that the British public are in full support of making changes to our streets to reallocate priority away from motoring and toward walking and cycling. Research conducted by YouGov shows that 6.5 people support changes to their local streets for every 1 person who doesn’t. The results are a clear indicator that there is overwhelming support across the country to bring about lasting changes to transport infrastructu...This report highlights that the British public are in full support of making changes to our streets to reallocate priority away from motoring and toward walking and cycling. Research conducted by YouGov shows that 6.5 pe...

The Bike Shed Studies: Getting Brits Back on their BikesThe Bike Shed Studies: Getting Brits Back on their Bikes

London Sport
Updated a year ago
Over half of UK adults are considered ‘lapsed riders’, but a series of studies developed by HSBC UK and British Cycling has found that small behavioural ‘nudges’ can encourage people to start cycling again. In summer 2017, HSBC UK and British Cycling developed and ran a set of studies to identify new andtangible ways to increase cycling. These studies draw on approaches from a growing area of applied science called behavioural economic...Over half of UK adults are considered ‘lapsed riders’, but a series of studies developed by HSBC UK and British Cycling has found that small behavioural ‘nudges’ can encourage people to start cycling again. In summer 20...

Walking and Cycling Statistics: England 2016Walking and Cycling Statistics: England 2016

London Sport
Updated a year ago
This report  presents statistics on walking and cycling in England for 2016, including the proportion of adults participating at a local authority level. Key findings were that people are walking less often but cycling further compared to ten years ago. Also, two fifths of adults walk for travel at least once a week and one in eight adults cycle for any purpose at least once a week.This report  presents statistics on walking and cycling in England for 2016, including the proportion of adults participating at a local authority level. Key findings were that people are walking less often but cycling f...

Women: reducing the gender gapWomen: reducing the gender gap

London Sport
Updated a year ago
Almost three quarters (73%) of women living in seven major UK cities never ride a bike for local journeys. Despite this, over two-thirds (68%) say their city would be a better place to live and work if more people cycled, new data reveals.   Women: reducing the gender gap, published by Sustrans, details women’s travel habits, views and attitudes towards cycling. The report, which is part of the Bike Life project, is based on an independ...Almost three quarters (73%) of women living in seven major UK cities never ride a bike for local journeys. Despite this, over two-thirds (68%) say their city would be a better place to live and work if more people cycled...

Case Study - Exploring the Transition from Recreational to Challenge Rides with British CyclingCase Study - Exploring the Transition from Recreational to Challenge Rides with British Cycling

London Sport
Updated a year ago
This case study, prepared by Women in Sport in partnership with British Cycling, showcases guidance on best practice in identifying and overcoming the barriers and motivators to women entering more formal 'challenge' rides. It further explores potential methods of persuading women to participate in these 'challenge' rides.This case study, prepared by Women in Sport in partnership with British Cycling, showcases guidance on best practice in identifying and overcoming the barriers and motivators to women entering more formal 'challenge' rid...