LCC has launched a concerted advocacy programme to influence decision-makers over cycling infrastructure in London.
Chief executive Koy Thomson said, "We've motivated a huge number of LCC members with considerable expertise to get involved in this summer advocacy programme."
"Quite frequently, if LCC doesn't put forward strong arguments for improved cycle provision then this simply doesn't happen."
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