CycleDigest March 2013

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Jon Snow at the Get Britain Cycling inquiry
Jon Snow at the Get Britain Cycling inquiry
CTC's monthly round-up of cycle campaigning news.
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From the Editor

Welcome to the March issue of CycleDigest, CTC's round-up of cycle campaigning news.

Spring is as good a time as any for visionary thoughts: the All Party Parliamentary Cycling Group has just wrapped up its Get Britain Cycling inquiry and a report will be out in April; funding for cycling in London has leapt up; and there's much promise for sustainable 'door-to-door' travel. That's not all that's on the horizon, so please click on.....

And - another new thing - this is the first entirely paperless edition of the CycleDigest and we hope you like it. If you have any feedback, please email me.

Cherry Allan, CTC Campaigns


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