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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Diary Dates




Cycle City - conference & exhibition, Birmingham, 25-26 April

Meet the experts to discuss how to implement strategies that encourage more cycling in British cities. For representatives from government, employers, consultancies, suppliers, 3rd sector and public health bodies. See Cycle City website for fees and to book


Instructor training from CTC

Spring 2013 dates for CTC's National Standard Instructor (NSI) courses are:

  • Guildford, 8-9 & 15-16 April;
  • Leicester, 29 Apr – 2 May.

NSI is the qualification which enables you to deliver Bikeability in schools and adult cycle training to the National Standard.

More details on our cycle training pages.

Contact or call 0844 736 8460.

We can also deliver bespoke courses for local authorities.

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