Active Travel England confirms £200m funding boost for walking and cycling

Michael Holder
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Government agency announces latest round of funding to help councils improve access to cycling and walking in England

Local authorities across England are being invited to apply for a share of £200m of funding to improve walking and cycling infrastructure, with the government touting the move as an opportunity to slash...

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