LIVE PANEL: Where are we going? What's the future for London cycling?

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This is a LIVE recording of the panel held at Look mum no hands! on Tuesday 26th March. On 15th February we discovered London's Mayor Sadiq Khan underspent London's cycling budget by £142m. Our panel of experts discussed London's cycling demands for the next Mayoral term. Where are we going? What's the future for London cycling? * What needs to be built? * How do we get more people on bikes? * How can roads be made safer? * What else can the next Mayor do? ~ The Panel ~ Simon Munk - London Cycling Campaign's Infrastructure Campaigner https://twitter.com/psimonk https://lcc.org.uk/ Caroline Russell - London Assembly Member, Councillor for Highbury East Ward, Islington http://www.caroline-russell.london/ Tiffany Lam - Cycling activist, author of Mind the Cycling Gender Gap https://twitter.com/tiffany_frances Sadly Laura Laker couldn’t join us so we were joined by: Nicole Badstuber - Urban infrastructure research @CSIC_IKC & @Cambridge_Uni https://twitter.com/NicoleBadstuber Alix Stredwick Sustainable Transport Specialist. Follow her cargo bike capers: @CarryMe_Bikes https://www.cyclinguk.org/article/alix-stredwick https://twitter.com/alixmstredwick ~ Intro Track ~ Evangelion - A Cruel Angel's Thesis: Bike Horn Cover www.youtube.com/watch?v=SUamHEvVQy0Sounds ~ Work handles ~ Look mum no hands! www.lookmumnohands.com/ London Bike Kitchen www.lbk.org.uk/ ~ Our personal handles ~ Alex Davis twitter.com/Singyamatokun Jenni Gwiazdowski twitter.com/money_melon ~ Follow us ~ Twitter twitter.com/WheelSuckersPod Instagram www.instagram.com/wheelsuckerspod/

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