Bikes in Bucks

A case-study of cycle infrastructure in car-centric
Buckinghamshire, UK

ABSTRACT
How has planning in Beaconsfield changed cycle infrastructure over time? How has local and national government influenced mobility? Why did the ‘Little Holland’ cycle scheme flop? Jacob Leman, a Geography student at a Dutch university and Beaconsfield native, explores the past, present, and future of cycling in Buckinghamshire, and asks: what can we do to make cycling a real mode of transport, and promote sustainable liveability?

This policy essay is part of the course SP2 Government Dynamics, a Year 2 course at the Faculty of Spatial Sciences, University of Groningen.

I asked my professors and they recommend you at least include the last part of this, as free advertising for my course! Jacob


By Jacob Leman
SP2 Governance Dynamics

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