Next generation cycle superhighways 'could help motor traffic flow'

After RAC and London First air concerns over proposed 'Crossrail for Bikes', London Cycling Campaign says these concerns 'don't reflect reality'

Concerns over London's proposed next generation cycle superhighways, which could criss-cross the heart of London, don't reflect the successes seen in cities which have reallocated road space to bikes, says the London Cycling Campaign (LCC).

Meanwhile London's cycling commissioner, Andrew Gilligan, responded to the RAC and business lobby London First's concerns over the effects of the routes on motor traffic, saying it reflects rapidly increasing cycling levels and declining car use in the capital.

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