68%
Yes
32%
No
68%
Yes
32%
No

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Other Popular Answers

Unique answers from UK users whose views extended beyond the provided choices.

 @9PWBNRSanswered…2wks2W

The government should make more provision for cyclists and endeavour to minimise cycling on roads by ensuring provision of segregated cycle paths. Cyclists should be required to have third party insurance and be subject to all traffic laws.

 @9NWKFJ9answered…1mo1MO

Yes use of bicycles should be promoted but with proper infrastructure for cycling rather than bike lanes tagged onto the side of the road (see netherlands as example)

 @9QQCQ2Fanswered…1wk1W

There are other ways to encourage without adding more bike lanes such advertising but it should never be forced

 @9QMY988answered…1wk1W

Yes providing a licensing system is introduced as well as a proficiency test for all - not just primary schools

 @9QLPLZManswered…1wk1W

They should promote bicycle use by creating safer bike routes and subsidising the cost of bikes and weatherproof clothing for cyclists.

 @9QKTS3Hanswered…1wk1W

Yes if England was designed better for tgid but its not and the mindsets of people wont change and wont help disabled people so no

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