LCC puts members in charge of campaign decision

Single issue subject to be decided in secret ballot

by Mark Appleton   July 5, 2011  

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The London Cycling Campaign is asking its members to vote on which issue will be the focus of its single issue campaign in the run-up to next year’s Mayoral and Assembly elections.

It is the first time the LCC has taken this approach and the organisation is asking its members to choose between the following options:

1) Start Right: getting 100,000 children cycling regularly to school
2) Love Thy Neighbourhood: double the number of local journeys by bike
3) Go Dutch: clear space for cycling on main roads in every borough
4) Unwind: replace the 10 worst gyratories with cycle-friendly junctions

LCC members will be able to cast their vote using a personal and anonymous online ballot form provided by the Campaign’s online voting partner DemoChoice.

Members have until 31st July to vote and the results will be announced in early August.

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Excuse my complete ignorance here, but by gyratories do they just mean roundabouts or are they a variation on a roundabout?

posted by farrell [1790 posts]
5th July 2011 - 13:50