A case-study of cycle infrastructure in car-centric
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