This week we’ve launched Greener London with eight other environmental organisations, a set of 20 practical actions for the next mayor that together would make London a greener, fairer and better place to live and work. And, at our Greener London hustings on 4 March, Londoners get their chance to quiz mayoral candidates on their plans.
We’ve also asked people from organisations active in the capital to tell us the one thing they’d like to see for a greener London.
Today, it’s the turn of Dr Ashok Sinha, chief executive of the London Cycling Campaign. Read more
This post is by Rosie Downes, campaigns manager at the London Cycling Campaign (LCC).
In 2013, the mayor of London Boris Johnson published his Vision for Cycling, a document which we described as “one of the most ambitious plans to promote cycling ever produced by a major UK political leader”. Johnson himself described it as a “profound shift in my ambitions and intentions for the bicycle in London”. It promised an increase in the total cycling budget to almost £400 million over the next three years; a commitment to delivering future cycle superhighways to international standards, and the development of a London cycling network.