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Final Report on Cycling Survey - 17.09

Final Report on Cycling Survey - 17.09

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Published by: timesonline on Dec 11, 2012
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Cities fit for Cycling 
surveySummary report
Almost 14,000 supporters of The Times Cities fit for Cycling campaign completed a surveyto help shape the future of cycling.. The results have been presented to the All PartyParliamentary Cycling Group as part of a cross party inquiry aimed at getting more people tocycle in Britain.
 1. Demographics
- Survey of 13,694 people, 74% male and 26% female- Almost 80% of the people in the survey were between 26 and 59 years old, and 14% abovethe age of 60. Only 7% of the total were younger than 26.
2. We asked respondents how often they cycle and what would make them cycle more
- 81% (10,973) of the people surveyed cycle more than twice a week. 40% cycle every day.10% cycle less than a few times a month.
Looking at what would make people cycle more, (pie chart, above left), ‘Segregated cyclelanes’ received the highest number of votes (7,437 or 25% of the total), followed by ‘Simpler and safer junctions (6,753 or 23%)‘Improved road surface (4669 or 16%)’ and ‘Speed limits of 20 mph in city centres (’4,541 or 16%) were also among the most important factors.When taking into account the range of responses (i.e. the number of people who answered‘least’) the strongest expressed preference was for ‘Simpler and safer junctions’ with 96.8 %saying it would make them cycle more and only 3.2% saying it wasn’t an issue they caredabout. (Bar chart, above right)

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