Cycling to Work

Cycling to work is on the increase but is at very low levels in most places in the UK – and there are very wide variations, even across towns and cities of similar size.

Bristol (above) and London both see zones of high usage – typically in inner city suburbs popular with students and graduates:

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Cambridge has near universal popularity for cycling, except right in the city centre where everything is in walking distance:

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Luton is close by, and similar to, Cambridge, but virtually no one cycles, in any part of the town:

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You can see the cycling map for your local area here.

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Oliver O'Brien

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