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Manchester segregated route hits milestone of one million cycle trips

Patrick McDonnell
23 November 2017
Chris Boardman: Bike lanes aren’t for cyclists – they’re for motorists. They’re the people we need to get to change if we’re to make a major shift in the way we travel around our towns and cities
Chris Boardman: Bike lanes aren’t for cyclists – they’re for motorists. They’re the people we need to get to change if we’re to make a major shift in the way we travel around our towns and cities

 

More than one million cycle journeys have been made on the segregated Oxford Road and Wilmslow Road Cycleway in Greater Manchester since monitoring began with automatic cycle counters in September 2016, reports Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM).

The milestone was reached last week, a month after the digital ‘totem pole’ cycle counters outside Manchester Royal Infirmary on Oxford Road recorded 5,000 two-way cycle journeys on a single day for the first time.

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