The tables are based on 11,947 responses received in 48 hours and has been put together in time for the Mail on Sunday. The Survey has been open to all road users including cyclists. The divide between drivers and cyclists is clearly shown in the survey. The full survey results will be published before the end of December 2020. SUPPORT OF LOCATION OF CYCLE LANES ANSWERED YES TOTAL SUPPORT NEW CYCLE LANES BUILT ONTO EXISTING ROADS SUPPORT NEW CYCLE LANES BUILT AWAY FROM EXISTING ROADS CYCLISTs 2012 98% 46% CARS 6119 19% 89% TRUCKS 654 8% 93% VANS 1802 5%Read Whole Article

Howard Cox wrote in the Daily Express, Aug 4 2020 The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, remains hell-bent on driving a political and social wedge between cyclists and drivers. He’s plotting a dangerous strategy against drivers with his recent colossal and unnecessary Congestion Charge hike, the further extension of his cash grabbing pay-to-pollute emission zone ­– and by fast-tracking the construction of free-to-use dedicated cycle lanes. The London Mayor knows there are votes in Lycra, fittingly borne out in the latest FairFuelUK survey of 25,000 road users, in which the contrast could not be starker. Some 87 per cent of dedicatedRead Whole Article