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Transport Secretary’s statement on coronavirus (Covid -19): 9 May 2020

14 May 2020

Announcing a £2 billion package to support active travel to help the country emerge from coronavirus crisis.

 

Pop-up bike lanes with protected space for cycling, wider pavements, safer junctions, and cycle and bus-only corridors will be created in England within weeks as part of a £250 million emergency active travel fund - the first stage of a £2 billion investment, as part of the £5 billion in new funding announced for cycling and buses in February.

 

Following unprecedented levels of walking and cycling across the UK during the pandemic, the plans will help encourage more people to choose alternatives to public transport when they need to travel, making healthier habits easier and helping make sure the road, bus and rail networks are ready to respond to future increases in demand.

 

https://www.gov.uk/government/news/2-billion-package-to-create-new-era-for-cycling-and-walking