YouGov survey reveals Britons opinions on cycling
Posted - August 20, 2013
Last week, the Government announced an investment of £94 million aimed at getting more people in Britain on bikes. Prime Minister David Cameron hopes this investment will bring a "cycling revolution".
YouGov have recently carried out a number of surveys on cycling and have found that new research has found that most of the country think roads in their area are unsafe and many say dedicated cycle paths and better road safety would get them out on their bikes.
A majority of Britons - across all age groups - want the Government to do more to encourage cycling within the population. Britons have identified more dedicated cycle lanes, improved safety and more support would increase their cycling mileage and encourage them to make a behaviour change.
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