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The government has pledged to tackle safety fears about cycling after an official study revealed that two-thirds of people were worried about the dangers of riding on the roads.

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The biggest ever upgrade of canal towpaths is being planned to turn muddy, neglected routes into safe, good quality surfaces for walking and cycling.

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  • Survey launched by rail operator Transport for WalesTransport for Wales has announced that they are launching a public travel survey to help with future transport planning. The survey would be run through SenseMaker, which can be accessed online, on a mobile phone, or on paper if necessary.


  • Monday essay: an open cheque book? The government has just announced a new round of funding to support English tram, light rail and bus services outside London, but Sim Harris suggests that the final reckoning, along with billions already allocated to National Rail, will be a high one.

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