There's a lot going on in the world of cycling. This makes it an exciting time to be involved, but how do you keep up? Designer or architect, urban or transport planner, highway engineer or academic, or simply concerned with cycling policy, strategy or resources, you are welcome at our monthly lunchtime session in central London. We aim to cover current practice in getting more people cycling, more often, including new infrastructure design, innovations in promoting cycling, and fresh research.
Each session will start at 12:30 prompt and last one hour, but the room will usually be available from 12:00 to 14:00, so there is informal time together. The presentation will last about 30 minutes, so you can discuss and debate the issues. The sessions are free of charge.
We provide an opportunity for difficult or emerging issues to be explored candidly and views to be aired freely.
Neil Guthrie (Independent Cycling Specialist), email@example.com
Tom Cohen (Deputy Director, UCL Transport Institute) firstname.lastname@example.org