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Brighton & Hove installs bike counters

Author: CIVITAS Support
Posted on: Monday, June 14, 2010 - 10:28
Brighton and Hove , ARCHIMEDES

Brighton & Hove City Council has installed two cycle counter display units in the city; the first in England. The cycle counter display units, in London Road and Lewes Road, will show the number of cyclists using the road as they go past so everyone can see.

Due to be officially launched during Bike Week, which takes place from 19-27 June, the information displayed on the counters will promote cycling and demonstrate how cycling levels are rising.The cycle counter display units can be found on the east side of A23 London Road, (at the edge of Surrenden Park), and the east side of A270 Lewes Road, near Moulsecoomb Library. The cycle counters are partially funded by CIVITAS and the Brighton & Hove Cycling Town funding from Cycling England/Department for Transport.

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