Upcoming Event: Can #Manchester become a cycling city? Tues 8th April

Can Manchester become a cycling city?
cities@manchester Urban Forum

Tuesday 8 April, 6-8pm, International Anthony Burgess Foundation 3 Cambridge Street, Manchester, M1 5BY

Cycling is increasingly becoming a preferred mode of transport in cities around the world. What is the state of cycling in Manchester and what is its potential to become a cycle-friendly city in the coming years? In this panel discussion, we will explore the transformation of Manchester into a cycle city.

Panellists will include:

James Evans – University of Manchester (chair)
Pete Abel – Love Your Bike
Kate Chappell – Manchester City Council [She happens to be the Executive for the Environment]
Graeme Sheriff – University of Salford
Steve Connor – Creative Concern

Followed by refreshments and informal discussion.
This event is free but booking is required.

Booking will open shortly, please check the cities@manchester website and Twitter feed for regular updates
cities@manchester.ac.uk

And read this blog post – Can Manchester becoming a cycling city?

 

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Was print format from 2012 to 13. Now web only. All things climate and resilience in (Greater) Manchester.
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One Response to Upcoming Event: Can #Manchester become a cycling city? Tues 8th April

  1. Jo says:

    Wouldn’t that be brilliant, I’d happily get back on my bike of there was a kerb seperating cyclists from other road users and how about some inventive weather protection……

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