Monday, November 08, 2004

Public backs cycle network in lottery funding vote

Guardian Unlimited | The Guardian | Public backs cycle network in lottery funding vote: "In a rare examination of public views on how lottery money should be spent, the �43.5m national cycle network - said to have saved 38m car journeys - was picked as the project which had made the biggest overall impact on UK life during the first decade of lottery funding."

Not that it comes anywhere near Darlington.

Hopefully, we'll get some useful bike lanes when the North Road project is completed (or be able to use the bus lanes) and the Central Park project off Haughton Road has a planned pedestrian/bike bridge over the railway which runs parallel to the too-narrow road bridge.

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