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Ride A Bike? Then Take This Survey! July 10, 2008

Posted by liverpoolchamber in Liverpool, Surveys, Travel.
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Our friends at Merseytravel have asked us to publicise their survey into cycling habits in Liverpool:

We would like to know how you think we can make Liverpool more cycle friendly. By completing the survey at www.liverpool.gov.uk/cycling, your views will help to inform the review of Liverpool’s Cycle Strategy, which will include plans to improve our cycle routes and to encourage more people to make their journeys by bike.

All completed surveys received by Monday 11th August 2008 can be entered into the free prize draw to win:

  • 1st prize – £50 high street vouchers and a signed copy of ‘A Cycling Career in Pictures’ by Chris Boardman
  • 2nd prize – £30 high street vouchers and a signed copy of ‘A Cycling Career in Pictures’ by Chris Boardman
  • 3rd prize – £20 high street vouchers

We look forward to hearing your views. Tell us your views on cycling in Liverpool – complete the cycle survey at www.liverpool.gov.uk/cycling and enter the free prize draw.

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1. Walter Smith - July 23, 2008

Cycling today is hazardous, mainly due to the average motorist probably having never ridden a bike. What is needed is proper cycleways, and where the council has provided designated cyclepaths, monitoring that cars do not park on them – as is a frequent occurence in Liverpool.

I drive and cycle, and from my observations, if we are going to encourage children to use bikes, it must be made more safe for them.


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